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DUKE 
UNIVERSITY 




LIBRARY 



MINUTES 

OF THE 

FORTY- EIGHTH SESSION 

Western North 
Carolina Conference 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH, SOUTH 





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CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH 

ASHEVILLE, N. C 

1937 



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MINUTES 

of the 

Forty-Eighth Session 

of the 

Western North Carolina 
Annual Conference 

of the 

Methodist Episcopal Church 
South 



Edited for the Conference by 
WILLIAM L. SHERRILL 



CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH 

Asheville, North Carolina 
October 20-24, 1937 



Sessions of the Western North Carolina Conference 



The Western North Carolina Conference was established by the General 
Conference of 1890, from parts of the Holston and North Carolina Conferences, 
and includes all the territory in the State of North Carolina, west of the eastern 
boundary lines of Rockingham, Guilford, Randolph, Stanly and Anson Counties, 
except Savannah Church in Alleghany County, North Carolina, and that portion 
of the State lying north of New River, and including that part of the State of 
Virginia lying south of said river in the loop in Grayson County, Va. 



Where and 
When Held 



Presiding Bishop 



Secretary 



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Asheville 
Winston . 
Charlotte 

Statesville 
Reidsville 
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Greensboro 
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Winston 
Greensboro 
Statesville 

Gastonia . . 
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Charlotte . 
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J. C. Keener 

C. B. Galloway 

E. R. Hendrix 

W. W. Duncan 

A. W. Wilson 

W. W. Duncan 

C. B. Galloway 

J. S. Key 

O. P. Fitzgerald 

J. S. Key 

H. C. Morrison 

R. K. Hargrove .... 

A. C. Smith 

A. C. Smith 

W. W. Duncan 

A. W. Wilson 

A. W. Wilson 

H. C. Morrison 

James Atkins 

James Atkins 

E. R. Hendrix 

E. E. Hoss 

Collins Denny 

J. H. McCoy 

R. G. Waterhouse . . 

W. R. Lambuth 

John C. Kilgo 

James Atkins 

U. V. W. Darlington 
U. V. W. Darlington 
U. V. W. Darlington 
U. V. W. Darlington 

Collins Denny 

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Paul B. Kern 

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Organization 



CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

BISHOP PAUL B. KERN, D. D President 

WILLIAM L. SHERRILL Secretary 

E. H. NEASE, H. C. SPRINKLE, JR., 

C. P. BOWLES, AND J. P. MORRIS Assistant Secretaries 

H. C. NORTHROP Statistical Secretary 

E. K. McLARTY, JR., REID WALL, 

W. R. KELLY, AND H. C. SISK Secretaries to the Tellers 



QUADRENNIAL BOARDS AND COMMITTEES 



1. BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

W. W. Peele, Chairman Greensboro 

O. V. Woosley, Vice-Chairman Winston-Salem 

C. C. Herbert, Jr., Secretary Walkertown 

H. A. Dunham, Treasurer Asheville 

C. H. King, Executive Secretary Salisbury 

J. G. Huggin, Jr., G. Ray Jordan, W. A. Newell, C. E. Rozzelle, O. L. Robinson, 
W. A. Stanbury, D. W. Alexander, O. H. Orr, D. E. Henderson, W. R. Odell, 
R. T. Amos, Benj. L. Smith, F. C. Sherrill, Mrs. J. L. Woltz, G. T. Rowc, W. A. 
Kale, L. D. Thompson, C. S. Kirkpatrick. 

2. BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

R. C. Goforth, Chairman Fallston 

E. L. Kirk, Vice-Chairman Salisbury 

A. C. Tippett, Secretary Winston-Salem 

E. M. Avett, W. A. Barber, H. F. Duncan, W. G. McFarland, Fletcher Nelson, 
R. L. Ownbey, R. D. Coleman, C. W. Hunt, Mrs. Arthur Harrell, G. W. Hutchin- 
son, Weaver Mann, Leroy Miller, E. A. Thompson, W. A. Trotter, Guy Weaver, 
W. J. Bull. 

3. COMMISSION ON SPIRITUAL LIFE 

John W. Moore, Chairman Marion 

T. A. Groce, Secretary Candler 

A. L. Aycock, G. B. Clemmer, J. C. Cornett, W. B. Davis, F. O. Dryman, 
P. R. Rayle, A. C. Waggoner, R. C. Bunch, L. W. Elias, J. S. Broome, J. H. 
Grigg, J. M. Hunt, J. R. Long, R. O. Little, Mrs. W. A. Newell, H. E. Stimson, 
Golden Thompson. 

4. BOARD OF MISSIONS 

C. C. Weaver, Chairman Charlotte 

R. M. Courtney, Vice-Chairman Shelby 

J. D. Rankin, Secretary Boone 

A. F. Hartsell, Treasurer Concord 

L. B. Abernethy, Missionary Secretary Elkin, N. C. 

O. J. Jones, E. W. Fox, E. J. Harbison, R. O. Lindsay, E. K. McLarty, A. C. 
Gibbs, H. P. Powell, E. A. Cole, Mrs. C. N. Clark, J. H. Giles, G. L. Hackney, 
Mrs. Geo. A. Hoyle, Roy Troutman, Mrs. J. F. Spruill. Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 
ex officio. 



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4 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

5. BOARD OF FINANCE 

W. C. Houston, Chairman Concord 

J. H. Annbrust, Secretary Reidsville 

F. C. Boyles, Treasurer Greensboro 

H. G. Allen, J. H. Brendall, Jr., E. O. Cole, B. C. Reavis, G. A. Stamper, 

W. B. Shinn, J. R. Boyd, G. F. Ivey, P. J. Kiker, H. L. Millner, W. M. Pickens, 

E. E. Snow, N. C. Williams, W. S. Reich, Norman Stockton, L. B. Gaston, 

G. R. Stafford. 

6. BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

J. A. Jones, Chairman Charlotte 

J. W. Fitzgerald, Vice-Chairman Greensboro 

G. B. Howard, Secretary Spindale 

H. C. Freeman, J. S. Hiatt, T. C. Jordan, E. M. Jones, C. M. McKinney, 

F. H. Price, J. L. Reynolds, I. L. Roberts, R. S. Truesdale, A. A. Cline, George 
E. Evans, E." C. Foy, C. W. Gunter, J. F. Shinn, Harold Sloan, F. N. Tate, 
Paul F. Evans. 

7. COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

H. C. Sprinkle, Chairman Cornelius 

T. R. Wolfe, Vice-Chairman Kernersville 

J. E. Lambeth, Treasurer Thomasville 

G. T. Bond, J. H. West, J. W. Williams, Chas. A. Jonas, M. G. McCurdy, 
D. B. McCrary, A. G. Foard, E. L. Jones. 

8. BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

A. J. Kirby, Chairman Gastonia 

Geo. E. Evans, Secretary Candler 

Thos. C. Hoyle, Treasurer Greensboro 

H. A. Dunham, Paul F. Evans, D. E. Henderson, G. B. Howard, Fred Hoover, 
A. J. Kirby, C. A. Reap, W. H. Worth. 

9. BIBLE BOARD 

Ebenezer Myers, Chairman Lenoir 

A. Burgess, Secretary Marion 

W. T. Albright, W. J. Miller, A. L. Stanford, P. L. Shore, J. B. Tabor, Jr., 
H. M. Wellman, R. L. Young, John H. Green. 

10. COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

J. H. Brendall, Jr., H. R. Cornelius, J. S. Gibbs, T. H. Swofford, B. Wilson, 

G. W. Clay, W. L.*Hutchms, A. P. Ratledge, G. W. Vick. 

11. COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS 

W. A. Jenkins, Chairman Elkin 

Paul Hardin, Jr., Secretary Wadesboro 

P. N. Garber, M. F. Moores, A. C. Swofford, M. T. Smathers, W. M. Smith. 

12. COMMITTEES OF EXAMINATION' 

For Admission on Trial — H. F. Duncan, W. Q. Grigg, T. F. Higgins. 
First Year — G. C. Graham, W. L. Scott, O. L. Brown. 
Second Year — M. Q. Tuttle, P. W. Townsend, J. B. McLarty. 
Third Year—C. B. Newton, C. P. Bowles, W. R. Kelly. 
Fourth Year — J. C. Cornett, R. E. Hinshaw, R. L. Ownbey. 



Western North Carolina Conference 5 

13. TRUSTEES OF SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT FUND 

James A. Bell, Chairman Charlotte 

J. B. Ivey, Vice-Chairman Charlotte 

Julian H. Little, Treasurer Charlotte 

W. C. Houston, M. D. Stockton. 

14. CONFERENCE TRUSTEES 

J. B. Ivey, Chairman Charlotte 

C. C. Weaver, Vice-Chairman Charlotte 

A. W. Plyler, Secretary-Treasurer Greensboro 

E. K. McLarty, S. B. Turrentine, I. F. Craven, J. A. Bell, Leon Cash, 

C. M. Pickens. 

15. RURAL WORK COMMISSION 

P. W. Tucker, G. R. Stafford, H. C. Byrum, W. B. Shinn, G. W. Clay, T. B. 
Huneycutt, T. C. Jordan, J. H. Carper, G. W. Vick, W. R. Jenkins, A. A. Kyles, 
Mrs. Arthur Harrell, L. S. Weaver, D. F. Giles, E. A. Thompson, Paul F. Evans. 

16. TRUSTEES OF CHILDREN'S HOME 

G. F. Ivey, R. M. Courtney, J. P. Lucas, T. F. Marr, B. S. Womble, 
Thurmond Chatham, E. R. Bucher, J. A. Gray, C. W. Gunter, R. G. Stockton, 
T. B. Johnson, Fred N. Tate, J. G. Hanes, J. W. Moore, H. K. Boyer, J. Ray- 
mond Smith, R. O. Lindsay, G. L. Hackney, J. S. Hiatt, W. W. Peele, T. Austin 
Finch. 

17. TRUSTEES OF THE HUGH CHATHAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

Mason Lillard, W. A. Neaves, Alex. Chatham, Thurmond Chatham, Dr. 
J. L. Doughton, R. A. Doughton, Dr. E. G. Click, Ralph P. Hanes, R. M. 
Chatham, L. B. Abernethy, R. O. Lindsay, A. L. Butler, C. C. Weaver. 

18. CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 
J. B. Craven, H. C. Sprinkle, C. C. Weaver, J. B. Ivey, W. R. Odell. 

19. ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GENERAL INDEBTEDNESS 

D. B. McCrary, Chairman Asheboro 

J. S. Hiatt, C. C. Weaver, E. E. Palmgren, R. T. Amos, W. VV. Pcelc, Gurney 

H. Kcarns. 

20. JOINT COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL TRAINING 

W. A. Jenkins, Chairman Elkin 

Carl H. King, Secretary Salisbury 

W. W. Peele, G. C. Graham, J. W. Hoyle, M. Q. Tuttle, C. B. Newton. 

21. CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

W. A. Lambeth, President Winston-Salem 

W. A. Jenkins, Vice-President Elkin 

W. G. McFarland, Secretary-Treasurer Asheville 

Executive Committee — C. M. Pickens, A. W. Plyler, W. L. Sherrill. 



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Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



22. CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 

H. G. Allen, President Lexington 

R. C. Goforth, Vice-President Fallston 

C. C. Herbert, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer Walkertown 

F. C. Smathers, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Weaverville 

These, with E. M. Jones and H. C. Sprinkle, constitute the Executive Com- 
mittee. 

23. TREASURERS OF VARIOUS FUNDS 

Pastors should send funds to the following: 

1. General and Conference Work — E. O. Cole, Treasurer, 1225 Plaza, 
Charlotte. 

2 Sunday School Day — H. A. Dunham, Asheville. 

3. Children's Home — O. V. Woosley, Superintendent, Winston-Salem. 

4. Missions Specials and Maintenance Fund — J. F. Rawls, Doctors Bldg., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

5. Superannuate Endowment — Dr. L. E. Todd, Secretary Board of Finance, 
Security Building, Saint Louis, Mo. 

6. Golden Cross Collections — A. F. Hartsell, Concord, N. C. 

24. DELEGATES TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE OF 193 8 

Clerical — W. W. Peele, W. A. Lambeth, G. T. Rowc, C. C. Weaver, J. B. 
Craven, C. H. Moser, P. N. Garber, E. K. McLarty, C. S. Kirkpatrick, P. W. 
Tucker, G. R. Jordan, W. A. Rollins.— ( 12) . 

Alternates — A. W. Plyler, A. C. Gibbs, E. O. Cole, L. D. Thompson. 

Lay — W. R. Odell, J. B. Ivey, A. J. Kirby, H. A. Dunham, J. E. Lambeth, 
O. V. Woosley, J. A. Jones, E. A. Cole, L. L. Gobbel, W. H. Worth, Paul F. 
Evans, G. B. Howard.— ( 12). 

Alternates — R. T. Amos, Mrs. C. C. Weaver, James Atkins, Chas. A. Jonas. 



II 

Chronological Roll 



Name Where Admitted 

1875 

1 J. T. Stover Knoxville, Tenn. 

1879 

2 J. E. Thompson Wilson 

1883 

3 J. H. Brendall . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1884 

4 J. L. Teague Bristol, Tenn. 

5 B. A. York Wilmington 

1885 

6 J. M. Downum Charlotte 

7 T. E. Wagg Cleveland, Tenn. 

1886 

8 T. F. Marr Knoxville, Tenn. 

9 Z. Paris Reidsvilie 

1887 

10 W. P. Sandford . . . Huntsville, Ala. 

1888 

11 D. M. Litaker New Bern 

12 S. B. Turrentine Xew Bern 

1889 

13 D. F. Carver .... Morristown, Tenn. 

14 G. D. Herman . . Morristown, Tenn. 

15 Parker Holmes Greensboro 

16 T. J. Rogers Greensboro 

17 A. R. Surratt Greensboro 

18 J. H. West Morristown, Tenn. 

1890 

19 W. S. Cherry Concord 

20 W. M. Curtis Concord 

21 Ebenezer Myers Concord 

22 P. E. Parker Concord 

23 R. D. Sherrill Concord 

24 W. L. Sherrill Concord 

25 W. A. Wilson Wilson 

1891 

26 J. J. Gray Asheville 

27 E. K. Whidden Monticello, Fla. 

1892 
2S T. B. Johnson Winston-Salem 

29 M. F. Moores Middleboro, Ky. 

30 C. M. Pickens Wytheville, Va. 

31 A. W. Plyler Winston-Salem 

1893 

32 J. E. Abernethy Charlotte 

33 J. H. Bradley Charlotte 

34 R. L. Ownbey Charlotte 

35 J. A. Peeler Charlotte 

36 W. M. Robbins Charlotte 

37 H. C. Sprinkle Charlotte 

1894 

38 R. S. Howie Statesville 

39 L. L. Smith Statesville 

1895 

40 H. K. Boyer Reidsvilie 

41 E. N. Crowder Reidsvilie 

42 E. W. Fox Reidsvilie 

1896 

43 L. W. Colson Savannah, Ga. 

44 G. T. Rowe Salisbury 



Name Where Admitted 

1897 

45 O. P. Ader Asheville 

46 J. A. Baldwin Asheville 

47 A. S. Raper Asheville 

1898 

48 E. K. McLarty .... Winston-Salem 

49 J. B. Needham Oakland, Calif. 

1899 

50 R. M. Courtney Concord 

51 C. P. Goode Concord 

52 J. C. Keever Concord 

53 A. L. Stanford Concord 

54 R. S. Truesdale . Orangeburg, S. C. 

55 A. H. Whisner Concord 

1900 

56 L. B. Abernethy Greensboro 

57 C. N. Clark St. Louis, Mo. 

58 J. B. Craven Greensboro 

59 J. W. Moore Greensboro 

60 J. I. Spinks Columbia, S. C. 

1901 

61 J. J. Edwards Gastonia 

62 W. O. Goode Gastonia 

63 B. F. Hargett Gastonia 

64 T. C. Jordan Gastonia 

65 J. T. Ratledge Gastonia 

66 P. W. Tucker Gastonia 

67 C. C. Weaver Gastonia 

1902 

68 H. C. Byrum Monroe 

69 W. L. Hutchins Monroe 

70 J. W. Long Monroe 

71 N. M. Modlin Monroe 

72 T. R. Wolfe Monroe 

1903 

73 A. L. Aycock High Point 

74 D. E. Camak Greenville, S. C. 

75 A. R. Bell High Point 

76 R. P. Fikes Meridian, Miss. 

77 R. E. Hunt Goldsboro 

78 J. W. Kennedy High Point 

79 C. L. McCain Greenville 

80 W. A. Newell High Point 

SI C. R. Ross High Point 

82 C. E. Steadman High Point 

83 S. A. Stewart High Point 

84 B. Wilson High Point 

1904 

85 W. T. Albright Charlotte 

86 M. B. Cleg-g Charlotte 

87 H. H. Robbins Charlotte 

88 C. M. Short Charlotte 

1905 

89 D. C. Ballard Greensboro 

90 J. P. Hipps Greensboro 

91 T. J. Houck Greensboro 

92 C. S. Kirkpatrick Greensboro 

93 W. A. Lambeth Greensboro 

94 M. B. Stokes Greensboro 

95 D. P. Waters Greensboro 

1906 

96 E. M. Avett Mount Airy 

97 J. A. Fry Mount Airy 

98 J. S. Hiatt Mount Airy 

99 J. G. W. Holloway Mount Airy 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



Name Where Admitted 

100 R. L. Melton Mount Airy 

101 W. W. Peele Mount Airy 

102 R. A. Taylor Mount Airy 

1907 

103 B. O. Cole Salisbury 

104 O. J. Jones Salisbury 

105 N. S. Ogburn Salisbury 

106 H. L. Powell Gaffney, S. C. 

107 G. A. Stamper Salisbury 

108 A. C. Swofford Salisbury 

109 J. W. Williams Salisbury 

1908 

110 G. T. Bond Knoxville, Tenn. 

111 G. C. Brinkman Asheville 

112 P. H. Brittain Asheville 

113 J. O. Ervin Asheville 

114 J. P. Hornbuckle Asheville 

115 W. A. Stanbury Durham 

116 E. E. Yates Asheville 

1909 

117 W. I. Hughes Hickory 

118 A. P. Ratledge Hickory 

119 O. P. Routh Hickory 

120 W. B. Shinn Hickory 

121 E. P. Stabler Hickory 

122 L. D. Thompson Hickory 

123 H. B. Trimble Searcy, Ark. 

1910 

124 C. R. Allison Winston-Salem 

125 J. M. Folger Winston- Salem 

126 T. A. Groce Winston-Salem 

127 G. A. B. Holdeiby . Winston-Salem' 

128 R. F. Huneycutt . . Winston-Salem 

129 A. L. Latham Winston-Salem 

130 Elzie Myers Charleston, S. C. 

131 P. L. Shore Winston-Salem 

132 G. W. Vick Elizabeth City 

1911 

133 G. R. Combs Richmond, Ky. 

134 W. B. Davis Statesville 

135 A. C. Gibbs Statesville 

136 R. C. Kirk Statesville 

137 M. T. Smathers Statesville 

138 W. B. West Statesville 

139 G. W. Williams Statesville 

1912 

140 J. E. McSwain High Point 

141 D. H. Rhinehart High Point 

142 W. M. Smith High Point 

1913 

143 J. C. Cornett Cleveland, Tenn. 

144 E. J. Harbison Charlotte 

145 J. P. Morris Charlotte 

146 C. E. Rozzelle Charlotte 

147 N. C. Williams Charlotte 

1914 

148 A. Burgess Shelby 

149 G. W. Fink Shelby 

150 John H. Green Shelby 

151 L. B. Hayes Shelbv 

152 T. A. Plyler Shelby 

153 J. W. Vestal Shelbv 

154 H. M. Wellman Shelby 

1915 

155 E. P. Billups . . Clarksburg, W. Va. 

156 J. W. Bennett Reidsville 

157 J. W. Combs Reidsville 

158 T. V. Grouse Reidsville 

159 R. L. Forbis Reidsville 

160 D. V. Howell Reidsville 

161 W. A. Jenkins Reidsville 

162 M. A. Osborne Reidsville 

163 O. L. Simpson Bristol, Va. 

1916 

164 H. G. Allen Gastonia 

165 J. M. Green Gastonia 



Name Where Admitted 

166 T. F. Higgins Gastonia 

167 J. E. B. Houser Gastonia 

168 J. W. Hoyle, Jr Durham 

169 T. J. Huggins Gastonia 

170 E. L. Kirk Gastonia 

171 B. C. Reavis Gastonia 

172 W. L. Scott Gastonia 

173 J. C. Umberger Gastonia 

1917 
74 G. W. Clay Asheville 

175 M. G. Ervin Asheville 

176 J. B. Fitzgerald Asheville 

177 J. W. Fitzgerald Asheville 

178 Van B. Harrison . North Ga. Conf. 

179 M. W. Heckard Asheville 

180 C. O. Kennerly Asheville 

181 R. H. Kennington Asheville 

182 F. H. Price Asheville 

183 R. A. Swaringen Asheville 

184 E. C. Widenhouse Pulaski, Va. 

1918 

185 E. D. Ballard Charlotte 

186 J. M. Barber Charlotte 

1S7 F. O. Dryman Charlotte 

188 J. S. Folger Charlotte 

189 R. C. Goforth Charlotte 

190 W. J. Hackney Charlotte 

191 W. R. Harris Charlotte 

192 R. T. Houts . . . San Antonio, Texas 

193 W. R. Jenkins Charlotte 

194 W. G. McFarland Goldsboro 

195 S. M. Needham Charlotte 

196 W. B. Thompson Charlotte 

J 97 J. M. Varner Charlotte 

1919 

198 J. H. Armbrust Greensboro 

199 J. O. Banks Greensboro 

200 J. C. Gentry Greensboro 

201 J. S. Gibbs Greensboro 

202 C. M. McKinney Greensboro 

1920 

203 J. O. Cox Salisbury 

204 T. W. Hager Salisbury 

205 J. A. Howell Salisbury 

206 A. C. Kennedy Salisburv 

207 D. A. Lewis Salisbury 

208 J. T. Mangum Salisbury 

209 W. A. Rollins Salisbury 

210 A. C. Tippett Salisbury 

211 R. E. Ward Salisbury 

1921 

212 G. G. Adams High Point 

213 W. A. Barber High Point 

214 J. E. Hipp High Point 

215 G. R. Jordan High Point 

216 W. J. Miller Hig-h Point 

217 J. L. Reynolds High Point 

218 C. F. Tate High Point 

219 C. F. Warren High Point 

220 G. L. Wilkinson High Point 

1922 

221 J. R. Church Monroe 

222 H. C. Freeman Monroe 

223 R. M. Hauss Monroe 

224 R. E. Hinshaw Monroe 

225 M. E. Leftwich Monroe 

226 D. A. Oakley Monroe 

227 J. N. Randall Monroe 

228 W. M. Rathburn Monroe 

229 F. L. Setzer Monroe 

230 I. L. Shaver Monroe 

231 F. J. Stough Monroe 

1923 

232 G. B. Clemmer .... Winston-Salem 

233 H. R. Cornelius .... Winston-Salem 



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Name Where Admitted 

234 B. M. Crosby Newberry, S. O. 

235 E. M. Jones Winston-Salem 

236 A. W. Lynch Winston-Salem 

237 M. Q. Tuttle Winston-Salem 

1924 

238 J. H. Brendall, Jr Greensboro 

239 O. L. Brown Greensboro 

240 J. W. Groce Greensboro 

241 T. B. Huneycutt Greensboro 

242 O. B. Mitchell Greensboro 

243 E. H. Nease Greensboro 

244 C. B. Newton Greensboro 

245 J. W. Parker Greensboro 

246 H. P. Powell Greensboro 

247 P. R. Rayle Greensboro 

24S W. E. Rufty Greensboro 

249 E. E. Snow Greensboro 

250 H. E. Stimson Greensboro 

251 H. C. Sprinkle, Jr Wilmington 

252 R. B. Templeton, Jacksonville, Fla. 

253 J. N. Wise Greensboro 

1925 

254 E. H. Blackard . . Bridgeport, Conn. 

255 H. F. Duncan Statesville 

256 W. R. Kelly Statesville 

257 C. H. Moser Statesville 

258 E. W. Needham Statesville 

259 T. G. Smith Statesville 

1926 

260 P. N. Garber Gastonia 

261 G. C. Graham Gastonia 

262 C. C. Herbert, Jr Durham 

263 W. A. Kale Gastonia 

264 W. A. Kerr Gastonia 

265 I. L. Roberts Gastonia 

266 O. L. Robinson Gastonia 

267 J. B. Tabor, Jr Gastonia 

1927 

268 R. L. Bass Asheville 

269 J. M. Brandon Asheville 

270 G. N. Dulin Asheville 

271 J. C. Groce Asheville 

272 Paul Hardin, Jr Asheville 

273 M. T. Hipps Asheville 

274 F. W. Kiker Asheville 

275 M. A. Lewis Asheville 

276 V. R. Masters Asheville 

277 G. R. Stafford Asheville 

278 T. H. Swofford Asheville 

279 P. W. Townsend Asheville 

280 Reid Wall Valdosta, Ga. 

281 C. E. Williams Asheville 

1928 

282 O. E: Croy Charlotte 

283 P. T. Dixon Charlotte 

284 W. Q. Grigg Charlotte 

285 G. F. Houck Charlotte 

286 J. G. Huggin, Jr Charlotte 

287 R. G. McClamrock Charlotte 

288 C. A. Morrison Charlotte 

289 J. L. Ravle Charlotte 

290 I. L. Sharpe Charlotte 

291 B. A. Sisk Charlotte 

292 W. S. Smith Charlotte 

293 G. E. White Charlotte 

294 R. L. Young Charlotte 

1929 

295 G. F. Hood High Point 

296 Brooks Jerome High Point 

297 A. A. Kyles High Point 

298 C. E. Murray High Point 

299 L. F. Tuttle High Point 

300 R. M. Varner High Point 

301 A. C. "Waggoner High Point 

302 J. E. Yountz High Point 



Name Where Admitted 

1930 

303 R. J. Barnwell Greensboro 

304 C. P. Bowles Greensboro 

305 E. B. Edwards Greensboro 

306 T. G. Highrill Greensboro 

307 F. E. Howard (D) .... Greensboro 

308 J. L. Ingram Greensboro 

309 J. B. McLarty Greensboro 

310 Fletcher Nelson Greensboro 

311 C. W. Russell Greensboro 

312 J. N. Snow Greensboro 

313 J. G. Wilkinson Greensboro 

314 J. G. Winkler Greensboro 

315 C. F. Womble Greensboro 

1931 

316 L. P. Barnett Asheville 

317 W. H. Benfleld Asheville 

318 C. D. Brown Asheville 

319 A. B. Bruton Asheville 

320 J. H. Carper Asheville 

321 W. C. Dutton Asheville 

322 M. W. Edwards Asheville 

323 W. H. Groce Asheville 

324 F. B. Jordan Asheville 

325 A. G. Lackey Asheville 

326 B. W. Lefler Asheville 

327 Byron Shankle Asheville 

328 F. H. Shinn Asheville 

329 R. B. Shumaker Asheville 

330 F. C. Smathers Asheville 

331 J. C. Stokes (D) Asheville 

332 J. L. Stokes, II (D) Asheville 

333 C. C. Washam Asheville 

1932 

334 R. L. Akers, Jr Winston-Salem 

335 Chas. W. Clay (D), Winston-Salem 

336 C. H. King Winston-Salem 

337 W r . Li. Lanier .... Winston- Salem 

338 J. C. Reichard .... Winston-Salem 

339 C. M. Smith Winston-Salem 

340 P. L. Smith Winston-Salem 

341 L. F. Strader Winston-Salem 

1933 

342 W. F. Beadle (D) . . Winnfield, Ala. 

343 F. R. Barber (D) Charlotte 

344 E. H. Brendall Charlotte 

345 V. P. Crowder Charlotte 

346 J. R. Duncan Charlotte 

347 R. M. Hardee (D) Charlotte 

348 T. H. Houck Charlotte 

349 W. J. Huneycutt Charlotte 

350 H. D. Jessup (D) Charlotte 

351 C. W. Kirby Charlotte 

352 R. M. Laughlin Charlotte 

353 D. M. Nifong (D) Charlotte 

354 C. H. Peace Charlotte 

355 H. M. Robinson (D) Charlotte 

356 J. C. Swain |D) Charlotte 

357 R. H. Taylor Charlotte 

358 R. G. Tuttle, Jr. (D) Charlotte 

359 W. O. Weldon Columbia, S. C. 

1934 

360 H. E. Bolick (D) Greensboro 

361 McRae Crawford (D) . . Greensboro 

362 R. P. Gibbs (D) Greensboro 

363 C. G. Hefner (D) Greensboro 

364 J. S. Higgins (D) Greensboro 

365 H. O. Huss (D) Greensboro 

366 A. A. Lyerly (D) Greensboro 

367 E. K. McLarty, Jr. (D), Greensboro 

368 A. L. Rayle (D) Greensboro 

1935 

369 H. D. Creech, Jr. (D) Salisbury 

370 W. K. Goodson (D) Salisbury 

371 H. L. Lefevers (D) Salisbury 

372 R. A. Smith (D) Salisbury 

373 H. S. Williams (D) 

Chattanooga, Term. 



Ill 

Alphabetical Roll, 1938 



Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Abernethy, J. E Franklin Franklin 

2 Abernethy, L. B Elkin Missionary Secretary 

3 Adams, G. G Matthews Matthews 

4 Ader, O. P Coleridge Coleridge 

5 Akers, L. R., Jr Polkton Polkton 

6 Albright, W. T Waxhaw Waxhaw 

7 Allen, H. G Lexington First Church 

8 Allison, C. R Landis Landis 

9 Armbrust, J. H Reidsville Main Street 

10 Avett, E. M Mocksville Mocksville 

11 Aycock, A. L .North Wilkesboro North Wilkesboro 

] 2 Baldwin, J. A Ansonville Superannuate 

13 Ballard, D. C Newton, R. 2 Superannuate 

14 Ballard, E. D Albemarle Tabernacle 

15 Banks, J. O Walnut Cove Walnut Cove 

1 6 Barber, F. R Concord Rocky Ridge 

17 Barber, J. M Charlotte, R. 1 Hickory Grove 

1 8 Barber, W. A Murphy Murphy 

] 9 Barnett, L. P Pineville Pineville 

20 Barnwell, R. J .Marion Cross Mills 

21 Bass, R. L Concord Epworth 

22 Beadle, W. F Highlands Highlands 

23 Bell, A. R Reidsville, R. 5 Superannuate 

24 Benfleld, W. H Swannanoa Swannanoa 

25 Bennett, J. W Farmer Farmer 

26 Billups, E. P Granite Falls Granite Falls 

27 Blaekard. E. H High Point Wesley Memorial 

28 Bolick, H. E Micaville Micaville 

20 Bond, G. T Charlotte Presiding Elder 

30 Boyer, H. K Derita Superannuate 

31 Bowles, C. P Belmont Main Street 

32 Bradley, J. H Stony Point Superannuate 

33 Brandon, J. M Morganton Morganton Circuit 

34 Brendall, E. H .Belmont Park Street 

35 Brendall, J. H Greensboro. R. 3 Superannuate 

36 Brendall, J. H., Jr Brevard Brevard 

37 Brinkman. G. C Brevard Superannuate 

38 Brittain, P. H Peachland Superannuate 

30 Brown, CD Paw Creek Thrift-Moores 

40 Brown, O. L Leaksville Mills, Charlotte Homestead 

41 Bruton, A. B Sparta Sparta 

42 Burgess, A Marion Marion Mills 

43 Byrum, H. C Old Fort Old Fort Station 

44 Camak, D. E Canton Canton 

45 Carper, J. H Junaluska Junaluska 

46 Carver, P. F McAdenville Superannuate 

47 Cherry, W. S Newton Superannuate 

48 Church. J. R 636 Green St., W. -Salem. .General Evangelist 

49 Clark, C. N Salisburv Presiding Elder 

50 Clay, C. W Granberry College, Juiz 

De Fora, Minas Geraes, 

Brazil Missionary to Brazil 

51 Clay, G. W Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant 

52 Clegg, M. B Asheville Superannuate 

53 Clemmer, G. B Albemarle Central 

54 Cole, E. 1225 Plaza, Charlotte Oakhurst 

55 Colson, L. W Asheville Chaplain Oteen Hospital 

56 Combs, G. R Hendersonville Hendersonville 

57 Combs, J. W Lenoir Lenoir Circuit 

58 Cornelius, H. R Ruffin Ruffin 

50 Cornett, J. C Hickory First Church 

60 Courtnev, R. M Shelbv Central 

61 Cox, J. O Mooresville South Iredell 

62 Craven, J. B Greensboro West Market Street 

63 Crawford, McRae Whittier Whittier 

64 Creech, H. L., Jr Gold Hill Gold Hill 

65 Crosbv, B. M Winston -Salem Ogburn Memorial 

66 Crouse, T. V Reidsville Reidsville Circuit 

67 Crowder, E. N Rutherfordton Superannuate 

68 Crowder, V. P Harris Broad River 

69 Croy. O. E Woodleaf Woodleaf 

70 Curtis, W. M Greensboro Treasurer Greensboro Colle? 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

71 Davis, W. B Winston-Salem Burkhead 

72 Dixon, P. T Monroe, K. 4 Prospect 

73 Downum, J. M Boone Superannuate 

74 Dryman, F. O Asheville Hillside Street 

75 Dulin, G. N Morven Morven 

76 Duncan, H. F Gastonia Bradley Memorial 

77 Duncan, J. R VY eaverville Weaverville Circuit 

78 Dutton, W. C Monroe North Monroe and Grace 

79 Edwards, E. B Biltmore Sta., Asnevilie .Oakley 

80 Edwards, J. J Murphy Murphy Circuit 

81 Edwards, M. W Old Port Old Port Circuit 

S2 Ervin, J. O Bessemer City Bessemer City 

83 Ervin, M. G Mocksville Davie 

84 Fikes, R. P Charlotte, R. 2 Superannuate 

85 Fink, G. W Jamestown Jamestown-Oakdale 

86 Fitzgerald, J. B Peachland Peachland 

87 Fitzgerald, J. W Greensboro Carraway Memorial 

88 Folger, J. M Died Nov. 22, 1937 Superannuate 

89 Folger, J. S Charlotte Duncan Memorial-Derita 

90 Forbis, R. E Einoohiton Boger City 

91 Fox, E. W Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

92 Freeman, H. C farming ton Farmington 

93 Fi y, J. A Nathan's Creek Laurel Springs 

94 Garber, P. N Durham Professor Duke University 

95 Gentry, J. C Moravian Falls Moravian Falls 

96 Gibbs, A. C Statesville Broad Street 

97 Gibbs, J. S Albemarle First Street 

98 Gibbs, R. P Summerfield Summerfield 

99 Go forth, R. C Fallston Belwood 

1U0 Goode, W. O Spencer Central 

101 Goode, C. P Summerfield Superannuate 

102 Goodson, W. K Oak Ridge Oak Ridge 

103 Graham, G. C Bewisvilie Lewisville 

104 Gray, J. J Angier Superannuate 

105 Green, John 11 Yadkinvihe ladkinville 

106 Green, J. M Creston Creston 

107 Grigg, W. Q Mooresville Mooresville Circuit 

108 Groce, J. C Gastonia West End 

109 Groce, J. W High Point Oak View 

110 Groce, T. A Candler Superannuate 

111 Groce, W. H Asheville Asbury Memorial 

112 Hackney, \V. J Hayesville Hayesville 

113 Hager, T. W Concord Westford 

114 Harbison, E. J fiurnsviile Burnsville 

115 Hardin, Paul, Jr Wadesboro VVadesboro 

116 Hardee, R. M Stoneville Stoneviile-Mayodan 

117 Hargeti, B. F Died October 29, 1937. 

118 Harris, W. R Rural Hall Rural Hall 

119 Harrison, Van B Shelby, R. 5 Polkviile 

120 Hauss, R. M Ramseur Ramseur-Fi anklinville 

121 Hayes, E. B Charlotte Hawihorne Lane 

122 Heckard, M. W Albemarie, K. 3 Salem 

123 Hefner, C. G, Jr Cullowhee Cullowhee 

124 Herbert, C. C, Jr Walkertown Walkertown 

125 Herman, G. D 58 Oakley ltd., tliltmore .Superannuate 

126 Hiatt, J. S Bencir First Cnurcli 

J 27 Higgins, J. S Durham Student Duke University 

128 Higgins, T. F Charlotte Calvary 

129 Highfill, T. G Waynesville, R. \ Bethel 

130 Hinshaw, R. E China Grove China Grove 

131 Hipp, J. E Marion Marion Circuit 

132 Hipps, J. P Charlotte .Belmont Park 

133 Hipps, M. T Biltmore Biltmore 

134 Holderby, G. A. B. ..46 West St., Asheville ...Superannuate 

135 Holloway, J. G. W. ..Granite Falls Superannuate 

136 Holmes, Parker Forest City Superannuate 

137 Hood, G. F Valdese Valdese 

138 Hornbuckle, J. P Mooresville Broad 'Street 

139 Houck, G. F Oherryville Cherryville Circuit 

140 Houck, T. H Danbury Danbury 

141 Houck, T. J Todd Superannuate 

142 Houser, J. E. B Stokesdale Stokesdale 

143 Houts, R. T Spray Spray 

144 Howard, F. E Greensboro Battle Ground Road 

145 Howell, D. V High Point Calvary 

146 Howell, J. A Catawba, Rfd Balls Creek 

147 Howie, R. S Thomasville Superannuate 

148 Hoyle, J. W., Jr Statesville Presiding Elder 

149 Huggin, J. G., Jr Waynesville Waynesville 

150 Huggins, T. J Matthews, R. 2 Wedding-ton 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

151 Hughes, W. I Rutherford College Superannuate 

152 Huneycutt, R. F Southmont Liinwood 

153 Huneycutt, T. B Granite Quarry Granite Quarry 

154 Huneycutt, W. J West Jefferson West Jefierson 

155 Hunt, R. B Cleveland, R. 2 Cool Springs 

156 Huss, H. O Todd Todd 

157 Hutchins, W. L Concord Director Aldersgate 

Commemoration 

158 Ingram, J. L Welcome Welcome 

159 Jenkins, W. A .Elkin Elkin 

160 Jenkins, W. R Thomasville Thomasville Circuit 

161 Jerome, Brooks Stanfield Superannuate 

162 Jessup, H. D Bostic Sunshine 

163 Johnson, T. B Elmwood Elmwood 

164 Jones, E. M Kannapolis Kannapolis 

165 Jones, O. J Bessemer Sta., Greensboro Bessemer 

166 Jordan, F. B. Charlotte Wesley Heights 

167 Jordan, G. Ray Winston-Salem Centenary 

168 Jordan, T. C 315 S. French Broad, 

Asheville Superannuate 

169 Kale, W. A Mooresville Central 

170 Keever, J. C Stony Point Superannuate 

171 Kelly, W. R. Monroe Central 

172 Kennedy, A. C Thomasville Trinity-Bethel 

173 Kennedy, J. W Durham, R. 5 Superannuate 

174 Kennerly, C. O .Lowell Lowell 

175 Kennington, R. H Norwood Norwood Circuit 

176 Kerr, W. A. Nebo City McDowell Circuit 

177 Kiker, F. W North Charlotte Spencer Memorial 

178 King, C. H Salisbury Ex| Sec. Bd. Christian Edu. 

179 Kirby, C. W Winston-Salem Forsyth 

180 Kirk, E. L Salisbury Park Avenue 

181 Kirk, R. C. High Point Ward Street-Archdale 

182 Kirkpatrick, C. S Greensboro Centenary 

183 Kyles, A. A Cooleemee Cooleemee 

184 Lackey, A. G Mooresville, Rfd Shepherds 

185 Lambeth, W. A Winston-Salem Presiding Elder 

186 Lanier, W. L New London Badin-New London 

187 Latham, A. L Greensboro Lee's Chapel-Grace 

188 Laughlin, R. M Madison Madison 

189 Lefevers, H. L vvaynesville, R. 2 Jonathan 

190 Lefier, B. W Bessemer Sta., Greensboro Mount Pleasant 

191 Leftwich, M. E Stanley Stanley 

192 Lewis, D. A Old Fort Superannuate 

193 Lewis, M. A Saluda Saluda-Tryon 

194 Litaker, D. M 108 Law Bldg., Charlotte Superannuate 

195 Long, J. W Greensboro Superannuate 

196 Lyerly, A. A Advance Advance 

197 Lynch, A. W Wilkesboro Wilkesboro 

198 Mangum, J. T. .......Hotel Albert, Selma, Ala. Superannuate 

199 Marr, T. F Brevard Superannuate 

200 Masters, V. R Morganton, Rfd Table Rock 

201 McCain, C. L Greer, S. C Superannuate 

202 McClamrock, R. G. . . .Winston-Salem Hiatt Memorial 

203 McFarland, W. G Asheville Haywood Street 

204 McKinney, CM Bostic Bostic 

205 McLarty, E. K Concord Central 

206 McLarty, E. K., Jr. . .Charlotte, R. 4 Big Spring 

207 McLarty, J. B Winston-Salem Green Street 

208 McSwain, J. E Marshville Marshville 

209 Melton, R. L Harmony Superannuate 

210 Miller, W. J Mount Airy Central 

211 Mitchell, O. B Winston-Salem Grace 

212 Modlin, N. M Lincolnton Superannuate 

213 Moore, J. W Marion Presiding Elder 

214 Moores, M. F Glen Alpine Glen Alpine 

215 Morris, J. P Ruthertord College Rutherford College 

216 Morrison, C. A Newton, Rfd South Fork 

217 Moser, C. H Gastonia Presiding El'der 

218 Murray, C. E Concord Kerr Street 

219 Myers, Ebenezer Lenoir Superannuate 

220 Myers, Elzie Henrietta Henrietta 

221 Nease, E. H Asheville West Asheville 

222 Needham, E. W East Spencer East Spencer-Yadkin 

223 Needham, J. B Wheatland, Calif Superannuate 

224 Needham, S. M Greensboro Proximity 

225 Nelson, Fletcher Forest City Forest City 

226 Newell, W. A Morganton First Church 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

227 Newton, C. B Winston-Salem Central Terrace 

Z28 Nttong, D. M Cherryville Cherryville Siauon 

229 Oakley, D. A Lenoir Whitnel 

230 Ogburn, N. S Kwansei-Gakuin, Koto- 

mura, Nishimova- 

Shangai, Japan Missionary to Japan 

231 Osborne, M. A Denver Rock Spring 

232 Ownbey, R. L Charlotte Myers Park 

233 Paris, Z Lake Junaluska Superannuate 

234 Parker, J. W Amantha Watauga 

235 Parker, P. E Thomasville Superannuate 

236 Peace, C. H Stony Point Stony Point 

237 Peele, W. W Greensboro Presiding Elder 

238 Peeler, J. A Hickory Superannuate 

239 Pickens, CM Thomasville Main Street 

240 Plyler, A. W Greensboro Editor, North Carolina 

Christian Advocate 

241 Plyler, T. A Indian Trail Superannuate 

242 Powell, H. L Hickory West View 

243 Powell, H. P Asheboro First Church 

244 Price, P. H Shelby Lafayette Street 

245 Randall, J. N Concord Mt. Olivet 

246 Raper, A. S W elcome, R. 1 Superannuate 

247 Rathburn, W. M Denton Denton 

248 Ratledge, A. P Sylva Sylva 

249 Ratledge, J. T Madison Superannuate 

250 Rayle, A. L Bryson City Bryson City 

251 Rayle, J. L Gastonia Maylo 

252 Rayle, P. R Draper Draper 

253 Reavis, B. C Greensboro College Place 

254 Reichard, J. C Durham Student Duke University 

255 Reynolds, J. L Candler Acton 

256 Rhinehart, D. H Olin Olin 

257 Roberts, I. D Dallas Dallas 

258 Robbins, H. H High Point Highlands 

259 Robbins, W. M Lake Junaluska Superannuate 

260 Robinson, H. M Trinity Trinity 

261 "Robinson, O. L Granite Falls, Rid Dudley Shoals-Hudson 

262 Rogers, T. J Greensboro Superannuate 

263 Rollins, W. A Waynesville Presiding Elder 

264 Ross, C. R Hiddenite Hiddenite 

265 Routh, O. P East Bend, R. 2 Superannuate 

266 Rowe, G. T Durham Professor Duke University 

267 Rozzelle, C. E Gastonia Main Street 

268 Rufty, W. E Mill Spring Mill Spring 

269 Russell, C. W Dobson Dobson 

270 Sandford, W. F 8 Chiles Ave, Kenilworth 

Asheville Superannuate 

271 Scott, W. L Lexington, R. 1 Davidson 

272 Setzer, F. L Gastonia East End 

273 Shankle, Byron Candler Candler 

274 Sharpe, I. L Mount Airy Mount Airy Circuit 

275 Shaver, I. L Oita City, Japan Missionary to Japan 

276 Sherrill, R. D Statesville, R. 3 Superannuate 

277 Sherrill, W. L 122 S. Tryon St., Charlotte Superannuate 

278 Shinn, F. H Gastonia Trinity 

279 Shinn, W. B Lincolnton Lincoln Circuit 

280 Shore, P. L Trinity Randolph 

281 Short, CM Charlotte Superannuate 

282 Shumaker, R. B Davidson Davidson-Fairview 

283 Simpson, 0. L 810 Broadway, Nash- 

ville, Tenn Asso. Church School Editor 

284 Sisk, B. A Gilkey Gilkey 

285 Smathers, F. C Weaverville Weaverville Station 

286 Smathers, M. T Asheville Presiding Elder 

287 Smith, C. M Bald Creek Bald Creek 

288 Smith, L. L Box 792, Hickory Superannuate 

289 Smith, P. L Jonesville Jonesville 

290 Smith, R. A Greensboro Professor Greensboro College 

291 Smith, T. G Spruce Pine Spruce Pine 

292 Smith, W. M Newton Newton 

293 Smith, W. S Andrews Andrews 

294 Snow, E. E Pleasant Garden Pleasant Garden 

295 Snow, J. N Hot Springs Hot Springs 

296 Spinks, J. I Connelly Springs Superannuate 

297 Sprinkle, H. C Cornelius Mt. Zion 

298 Sprinkle, H. C, Jr. . . .Black Mountain Black Mountain 

299 Stabler, E. P Bessemer City Superannuate 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

300 Stafford, G. R Jefferson Jefferson 

301 Stamper, G. A Greensboro West Greensboro 

302 Stanbury, W. A Ashevhle Central 

303 Stanford, A. G i^incolnton First Church 

304 Strader, G. F Ansonville Ansonville 

305 Stedman, C. E Murphy Superannuate 

306 Stewart, S. A Genzon, Korea Missionary to Japan 

307 Stimson, H. E Cliffside Cliff side-Avondaie 

308 Stokes, M. B Seoul, Korea Missionary to Korea 

309 Stokes, J. C Delwoou Waynesville 

310 Stokes, J. L., II Randleman Randleman 

311 Stover, J. T Rutherford College Superannuate 

312 Stough, F. J Spindale Spindale 

313 Surratt, A. R 215 W. 9th St., U'hariotte .Superannuate 

314 Swain, J. C Franklin Macon Circuit 

315 Swaringen, R. A Fair view Fairview 

316 Swofford, A. C Leaksville Leaksville 

317 Swofford, T. H Chadwick Sta., Charlotte Chadwick 

318 Tabor, J. B„ Jr Statesville Statesville Circuit 

319 Tate, C. F Connelly Springs Connelly Springs 

320 Taylor, R. A Hanes Hanes 

321 Taylor, R. H Concord Harmony 

322 Teague, J. L Franklin, R. 2 Superannuate 

323 Templeton, R. B Rutherfordton Ruiherfordton 

324 Tippett, A. C Winston-Salem Ardmore 

325 Thompson, J. E Shelby Superannuate 

326 Thompson, L. D Charlotte Dilworth 

327 Thompson, W. B Cabarrus Bethel-Boger 

328 Townsend, P. W Boone Boone 

329 Trimble, H. B Emory Uni., Atlanta, Ga. Dean Emory University 

330 Truesdale, R. S Mt. Holly Mt. Holly 

331 Tucker, P. W Marion First Church 

332 Turrentine, S. B Greensboro Superannuate 

333 Tuttle, L. F Concord Forest Hill 

334 Tuttle, M. Q Charlotte Brevard Street 

335 Tuttle, R. G Forest City Pleasant Grove 

336 Umberger, J. C Mount Ulla Superannuate 

337 Varner, J. M Troutman Troutman 

338 Varner, R. M East Flat Rock Flat Rock 

339 Vestal, J. W .Taylorsville Taylorsville 

340 Vick, G. W Statesville Race Street 

341 Wagg, T. E Rutherford College Superannuate 

3-42 Waggoner, A. C Salisbury Coburn Memorial 

343 Wall, Reid Catawba Catawba 

344 Ward, R. E Hickory Bethel-Fairgrove 

345 Warren, J. R Wadesboro, R. 3 New Hope-Bethel 

346 Washam, C. C Pilot Mountain Pilot Mountain 

347 Waters, D. P Mooresville Superannuate 

348 Weaver, C. C Charlotte P^irst Church 

349 Weldon, W. O Winston-Salem Jr. Preacher, Centenary 

350 Wellman, H. M Hickory Highlands-Rhodhlss 

351 West, J. H Horse Shoe Fletcher-Mills River 

352 West, W. B Salisbury First Church 

353 Whidden, E. K Delwoocl Superannuate 

354 Whisner, A. H Salisbury Superannuate 

355 White, G. E Gastonia Smyre 

356 Widenhouse, E. C. . . .Morganton North Forest 

357 Wilkinson, G. L Albemarle Albemarle Circuit 

358 Wilkinson, J. G Salisbury Ex. Sec. Christian Education 

359 Williams, C. E Winston-Salem, R. 1 Doubs 

360 Williams, G. W Lexington Erlandger 

361 Williams, H. S Franklin Franklin Circuit 

362 Williams, J. W Greensboro Glenwood 

363 Williams, N. C High Point Main Street 

364 Wilson, B Stanley, Rid Lowesville 

365 Wilson, W. A 2205 Englewood Ave., 

Durham Superannuate 

366 Winkler, J. G Maiden Maiden 

367 Wise, J. N Shelby Shelby Circuit 

368 Wolfe, T. R Kernersville Kernersville 

369 Womble, C. F Cramerton Cramerton 

370 Yates, E. E Eufola Superannuate 

371 York, B. A Cherryville Superannuate 

372 Young, R. L Norwood Norwood 

373 Yountz, J. E Charlotte, R. 9 Trinity 



Western North Carolina Conference 1 5 

Preachers on Trial 

Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Brandon, J. M., Jr Durham Student Duke University 

2 Cox, A. J Richfield Pfeiff er Circuit 

3 Eaker, W. F Crouse Crouse 

4 Furr, L. S Gibsonville Gibsonville 

5 Green, P. L Leicester Sandv 

6 Hardin, H. G., Jr Mount Airy Rock'ford Street 

7 Hoyle, E. M Marshall Marshall 

8 Huffman, X. A Lilesville Lilesville 

9 Jones, H. E McAdenville McAdenville 

10 Mullis, D. B Monroe Monroe Circuit 

11 Phibbs, A. F Crabtree Crabtree 

12 Price, E. C Clyde Clyde 

13 Reese, M. C Leicester Leicester 

14 Shore, P. L., Jr Chapel Hill Asst. Pastor, Chapel Hill Ch. 

15 Starling-, R. J Sturgills Helton Circuit 

16 Stokes, C. D Wilmore, Ky Student Asbury College 

17 Stokes, M. B., Jr Boston, Mass Student Boston University 

18 Taylor, P. R Liberty Liberty 



Supplies 



Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Dennis, A. B Asheville Asheville Circuit 

2 Dutton, V. O Salisbury Main Street 

3 Fisher, C. L Jonas Ridge Avery 

4 Gwyn, G. B The Hollow, Va Ararat 

5 Hager, Webb Salisbury Rowan 

6 Hornbuckle, J. P., Jr. . .Ronda Elkin Circuit 

7 Hovis, G. A Webster Webster 

8 Lovett, G. L Robbinsville Robbinsville 

9 Xesbit, Wilson Granite Falls, Rfd Grace Chapel 

10 Xifong, Bvron Lexington Reeds 

11 Pyatt, J. D Elk Park Elk Park 

12 Snider, P. F Asheboro Asheboro Circuit 

13 Somers, A. A Faust Laurel 

14 Williams, T. G Sandy Ridge Sandy Ridge 

15 Wooten, J. G., Jr Warrensville Warrensville 



Lay Delegates 

ASHEVILLE DISTRICT Mrs. R. B. Harbison Morven 

„„,,,, . , .,, A. E. Hendley Wadesboro 

L. J. Brookshire Asheville L e. Huggins Marshville 

G. C. Brown Weaverville j B Ivey Charlotte 

C. E. Chambers Weaverville j A Jon " es Charlotte 

Zeb. V. Curtis Asheville T A Jones Polkton, Rfd. 

H. A. Dunham Asheville s M Kale Mineral Springs 

Guy English Marshall w E Kuttz Matthews, Rfd. 

Geo. E. Evans Ashevi e w . B. Love Monroe 

Claude Felmet Ashevil e E L . Mavhew Pineville 

S. M. Garren Hendersonvi e Mrs j p McGregor Lilesville 

P. L. Gaston Ashevi e c j Mitchum Peachland 

Miss Amy Hackney Asheville w s _ Robinson Pineville 

J. F. Hall Leicester F c . Sherrill Cornelius 

J. B. Xesbitt Fairview j R Smith Charlotte 

Fred Proffitt Burnsyille j L . Snvder Charlotte 

Miss Bonnie Roberts Skyland Dr . A . M. Whisnant Charlotte 

Guy Weaver Asheville F . A> Wilkinson Charlotte 

H. D. Smith, Alternate Mrs L . q. Atkinson, Alternate 

/~i ■«!-,■ ^-i--i-^ r^!o-i-i-.i, r- Mrs. Kate Capehart, Alternate 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT Edwin L. Jones, Alternate 



GASTONIA DISTRICT 



W. H. Bobbitt Charlotte 

J. S. Broome Monroe, R. 5 

E. A. Cole Charlotte D. E. Abernethy Lincolnton, Rfd. 

Geo. K. Craige Wadesboro W. J. Allran Cherryville 

Mrs. W. C. Dutton Monroe Dr. M. G. Anders Gastonia 

Claude Eubanks Monroe Mrs. Wilbur Baber Shelby 

W. M. Evans Charlotte J. B. Davis Kings Mountain 

J. S. Faulkner Charlotte, R. 4 S. J. Durham Bessemer City 

B. C. Gibson Charlotte W. C. Edwards Fallston, Rfd. 

E. C. Griggs . . , Wadesboro T. C. Ford Shelby 



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G. B. Goodson Boger City 

Russell Handsell Stanley 

Mrs. G. P. Hovis, Smyre Sta., Gastonia 

O. F. Howard Denver 

G. A. Hoyle Shelby 

C. A. Jonas Lincolnton 

J. R. Lee Lawndale 

J. D. Lineberger Shelby 

A. Y. McMurrav Lincolnton, Rfd. 

L. C. Palmer Shelby, Rfd. 

W. M. Pickens Lincolnton 

J. H. Separk Gastonia 

H. C. SLsk Belmont 

E. D. Summer Gastonia 

D. H. Whitner Gastonia 

D. E. Griggs, Alternate 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

R. T. Amos High Point 

A. S. Arnold Greensboro 

R. Bradley Atkins Mayodan 

S. E. Boswell Summerheld 

A. L. Briles Cedar Falls 

R. E. Bundy Jamestown 

J. T. Council Randleman 

C. C. Cranford Asheboro 

J. F. Craven Ramseur 

R. L. Ellington Reidsville 

R. O. Gamble Summerheld 

T. A. Glascock Greensboro 

L. L. Gobbel Greensboro 

Z. L. Groome Greensboro 

J. H. Haizlip Spray 

C. A. Hines Greensboro 

T. C. Hoyle Greensboro 

J. Frank King Leaks ville 

R. O. Lindsay High Point 

W. B. McEwen High Point 

J. E. Mitchell Greensboro 

Mrs. E. J. Moore Draper 

Mrs. N. M. Pickett Madison 

Mrs. O. L. Presnell Asheboro 

W. G. Simpson Greensboro 

Fred N. Tate High Point 

Mrs. W. C. Tucker Greensboro 

C. T. Weatherly Pleasant Garden 

W. T. Winslow Archdale 

J. M. Hunt, Alternate 

Mrs. R. O. Lee, Alternate 

MARION DISTRICT 

Mrs. A. D. Abernethy .... Granite Falls 

D. W. Alexander Valdese 

Mrs. J. M. Brandon Morganton 

E. T. Burgin Old Fort 

G. B. Cooper Valdese 

A. G. Foard Lenoir 

Mrs. Arthur Harrell .... Rutherfordton 

G. B. Howard Spindale 

Mrs. N. L. Mast Amantha 

Mrs. M. F. Moores Glen Alpine 

J. D. Pyatt Glenwood 

Mrs. J. D. Rankin Boone 

Mrs. G. P. Reid Forest City 

G. C. Shuford Cliffside 

J. M. Snoddy East Marion 

Mrs. E. N. Washburn Bostic 

G. G. Williams Lenoir 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

J. D. Carter Spencer 

Ralph Caton Concord 

W. H. Davis Badin 

Mrs. M. G. Ervin Mocksville 

C. J. Frick Gold Hill 

C. J. Goodman Concord, Rfd. 

R. L. Hartsell Concord, Rfd. 

Dr. T. A. Hathcock Norwood 

S. G. Hawfield Concord 

B. V. Hedrick Salisbury 

E. M. Holt Cooleemee 



J. W. Ivey New London 

J. H. Johnson Farmington 

J . C. Kesler Salisbury 

M. I. Kiser Spencer 

R. L. Kiser Albemarle 

G. C. Mandlin Kannapolis 

F. I. Morgan Salisbury 

W. R. Odell Concord 

C. A. Reap Albemarle 

E. L. Rufty Salisbury 

H. L. Sides E. Spencer 

O. A. Swaringen Concord 

Charles Taylor 

Mrs. C. N. Clark, Alternate 
Mrs. W. C. Houston, Alternate 
Mrs. W. L. Hutchins, Alternate 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

R. M. Abernethy Mooresville 

J. W. Atwell Elmwood 

Peter Brame N. Wilkesboro 

Mrs. Hattie Gaither Wilkesboro 

Mrs. R. B. Graybeal W. Jefferson 

Mrs. J. B. Henderson Wilkesboro 

G. F. Ivey Hickory 

W. H. Jones Warrensville 

W. R. Jones Furches 

J. S. Keever Stony Point 

J. C. Lackey Hiddenite 

R. I. Love Newton 

Mrs. J. W. Mann Newton 

Mrs. B. A. McLaughlin .... Mooresville 

Carl Murdock Statesville 

W. T. Nicholson Statesville 

L. H. Phillips Newton 

L. L. Sherrill Mooresville 

R. L. Snow Taylorsville 

F. D. Stonestreet Mooresville 

Miss Lillian Sutherland Creston 

L. S. Weaver Jonesville 

W. H. Worth Jefferson 

J. E. Roe, Alternate 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

James Atkins Waynesville 

W. E. Bird Cullowhee 

Mrs. F. E. Branson Canton 

J. Robert Long Bryson City 

Mrs. E. L. McKee Sylva 

O. H. Orr Brevard 

P. C. Scroggs Hayesville 

H. T. Sloan Franklin 

Mrs. J. J. Snyder Robbinsville 

J. W. Walker Andrews 

Mrs. Minnie Cole, Alternate 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

L. F. Amburn Boonville 

Zeb Dillon Lexington 

Paul F. Evans Lexington 

Geo. D. Finch Thomasville 

E. C. Foy Mt. Airy 

Dr. R. A. Frye Pilot Mountain 

Miss Blanche Gluck . . Winston-Salem. 

C. W. Hutchins Mt. Airy 

Mrs. W. R. Jenkins Thomasville 

W. R. Kiger Mt. Airy 

Mrs. C. W. Kirby Winston-Salem 

C. F. Lindsay Winston-Salem 

J. E. Lambeth * . . . . Thomasville 

Leroy Miller Lexington 

R. B. Miller Winston-Salem 

Joe Moffitt, Jr Lexington 

Miss Sarah Oakley Sandy Ridge 

C. V. Pegram Winston-Salem 

J. E. Pegram Walkertown 

John Pittman Thomasville 

T. H. Redmon Winston-Salem 

L. A. Reynolds Lewisville 

Ira C. Shamel Winston -Salem 



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Mrs. J. G. Sterling .... Winston-Salem 

Frank H. Stith Winston-Salem 

N. V. Stockton Winston-Salem 

Mrs. V. V. Vaughn Kernersville 

Mrs. J. L. Woltz Mt. Airy 

O. V. Woosley Winston-Salem 

R. L. Pope, Alternate 
Mrs. C. F. Tate, Alternate 



Miss Blanche Westmoreland, Alternate 
Mrs. T. R. Wolfe, Alternate 



Note: The names of Alternates are not 
published except those substituted for 
absent delegates. 



Local Preachers 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 

William Andrews Saluda 

W. J. Baker (E) Burnsville 

J. C. Costen Hendersonville 

L. D. Gillespie (E) Burnsville 

C. V. Hall (D) Leicester, R. 1 

J. E. Pearson Candler 

G. M. Schreyer Fletcher 

A. A. Somers Faust 

Robert Turnbull (E) Asheville 

D. B. Williams Asheville 

J. E. Whitaker Biltmore 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

Dowd Bangle Charlotte 

H. M. Black Harrisburg 

E. D. C. Brewer Polkton 

J. D. Griffith Monroe 

E. W. Hardin 

F. L. Kiker Polkton 

N. J. Lemmonds Waxhaw 

W. J. McClelland (D) Charlotte 

C. G. Mitchum Monroe 

J. H. Phillips Charlotte 

T. A. Plyler, Jr Indian Trail 

R. L. ReLd Monroe 

J. C. Rogers Charlotte 

J. A. Smith Charlotte 

J. P. Waggoner, Jr Charlotte 

H. R. Wilkinson Charlotte 

H. C. Penninger Monroe 

GASTONIA DISTRICT 

J. H. Allran Sherrill's Ford 

R. V. Martin Gastonia 

C. P. Philbeck Gastonia, R. t 

M. B. Shives Lincolnton 

R. H. Stamey Fallston 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

W. F. Allred Greensboro 

G. H. Crowell (E) High Point 

R. L. Christon (E) High Point 

O. E. Cunningham (E) .... High Point 

B. T. Gladden High Point 

J. H. Green (E) Greensboro 

W. B. Hunt Pleasant Garden 

Burton Jessup Summerfield 

J. P. Lanning (E) Greensboro 

W. M. Lippard Greensboro 

Liston Pope High Point 

Leroy Spencer High Point 

E. L. Stamey (E) Greensboro 

H. F. Starr (E) Pleasant Garden 

C. D. White High Point 

MARION DISTRICT 

E. A. Blanton Cliffside 

L. E. Bolick Rutherford College 

J. E. Bowers Morganton 

G. M. Carver Forest City, Rfd. 

A. J. Clemmer Forest City 

G. F. Conley Marion 

B. A. Cooper Bostic 

J. F. Craig Lenoir 



C. M. Cornwell .... Rutherford College 

D. M. Dew Rutherford College 

C. L. Fisher Jonas Ridge 

Michael Fryga Marion 

Sam Gouge Ashford 

M. T. Hinshaw .... Rutherford College 

W. I. Hickman Hudson 

W. K. Houck (E) Morganton 

Grady Kincaid Lenoir 

E. L. Lowman Connelly Springs 

R. M. McCulley Lenoir 

J. S. Morgan Morganton, R. 1 

Wilson Nesbit Granite Falls, Rfd. 

J. D. Pyatt Elk Park 

J. D. Rankin (E) Boone 

Harold Talbert Cliffside 

G. B. Tomlinson .... Connelly Springs 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

Clegg Avett Norwood 

J. F. Avett Norwood 

J. C. Brown (D) Kannapolis 

V. O. Dutton Salisbury 

W. W. Hager Albemarle, R. 1 

John Hamilton East Spencer 

Austin Hamilton East Spencer 

James Hornbuckle Concord 

Dewey Maness Concord 

G. B. McMillan Salisbury 

V. C. Queen Salisbury 

J. E. Rink Salisbury 

J. H. Simpson Salisbury 

A. L. Scott Concord 

H. H. Winecoff Concord 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

R. L. Billings Sparta 

H. C. Brackett Mooresville 

C. P. Bunch . Duke Universitv, Durham 

J. W. Caudill (D) Bina 

A. J. Cox Hickory 

N. B. Dagenhart Stony Point 

G. P. Drum (D) Newton 

Mack Drum Catawba 

W. C. Estridge Scottsville 

P. G. Greenhill Mooresville 

J. J. Holmes Statesville 

J. P. Hornbuckle, Jr Mooresville 

H. M. Keever (E) Stony Point 

R. S. Kyles (E) Troutman 

J. A. Lindsay Duke Uni., Durham 

J. S. Miller Eufola 

R. H. Nicholson Statesville 

R. E. L. Plummer (E) Crumpler 

M. C. Reese Hickory 

C. M. Rhinehart (D) Mooresville 

C. B. Ross . . Duke University, Durham 
W. B. Scarboro (D) .... Laurel Springs 

K. W. Taylor Mooresville 

J. L. Triplett Jonesville 

R. G. Weaver (E) Sturgills 

R. P. P. Wilkinson Maiden 

K. W. York (D) Stony Point 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

A. A. Angel (E) Franklin 

G. A. Hovis (D) Webster 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



J. T. Jennings Franklm 

R. Lr. Poindexter Franklin 

J. G. Wooten, Jr Glenviile 

T. B. Price (D) Junaluska 

T. S. Roten (E) Delwood 

H. A. Smathers <E) Canton 

J. F. Shelton (D) Delwood 

Frank Weeks Bryson City 



WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

F. E. Church Winston- Salem 

W. Y. Davenport (E) . . Pilot Mountain 

J. E. Flynn Tobaccoville 

R. C. Goodchilds . . Winston-Salem, R. 1 
J. B. Green Walnut Cove, R. 1 



A. W. Hire, 55 Elizabeth Street 

Hartford, Co.in. 

C. R. Hutchinson Walnut Cove 

H. A. Johnson Mount Airy 

S. B. Nifong .... Winston- Salem, R. 5 

J. E. Pegram Walkertown 

M. S. Richey . . Duke Station, Durham 

M. S. Securest Mt. Airy, R. 5 

A. E. Shelton Galax, Va. 

G. D. Smith (E) Denton 

W. Y. Stewart Morehead City 

I. J. Terrell Sandy Ridge, R. 1 

C. C. Tutterow (D) .... Winston-Salem 

C. A. Wall Sandy Ridge, R. 1 

S. R. Ward Sandy Ridge, R. 1 

G. M. Wilson The Hollow, Va. 

H. M. Wood Denton 



IV 

Minutes 

of the 

Forty-Eighth Session 

of the 

Western North Carolina Annual Conference 

of the 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South 



FIRST DAY— WEDNESDAY 

Asheville, N. C, October 20, 1937. 

The Western North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church, South, met in forty-eighth annual session in Central 
Church, Asheville, N. C, at 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday evening, Octo- 
ber 20, 1937, with Bishop Paul B. Kern presiding. 

The Bishop conducted the opening service by announcing hymn 
No. 162. The Apostles' Creed was recited. The first chapter of the 
Epistle to the Ephesians was read, and the prayer was offered by Rev. 
M. B. Stokes, of the Korean mission. 

It was reported that 239 clerical and 83 lay delegates were present. 

On nomination of H. C. Sprinkle, seconded by W. W. Peele, 
W. L. Sherrill was elected Secretary and then the Secretary nominated 
the following: E. H. Nease, H. C. Sprinkle, Jr., C. P. Bowles, and 
J. P. Morris, as Assistant Secretaries; H. C. Northrop, Statistical Sec- 
retary. 

E. K. McLarty, Jr., Reid Wall, H. C. Sisk, and W. R. Kelly 
were nominated to act as Secretaries to the tellers in tabulating votes 
for delegates to the General Conference and on Unification, and they 
were all elected. 

Bishop Kern appointed the following as the Aldersgate Commem- 
oration Committee on Findings: R. M. Courtney, W. A. Stanbury, 
A. C. Gibbs, L. B. Hayes, J. B. Ivey, Thad Ford, and W. B. Mc- 
Ewen. 

H. C. Sprinkle and W. G. McFarland were appointed a Com- 
mittee on Minutes. 



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Minute Question 1 7, "What traveling preachers and what local 
preachers are elected deacons?" was called. W. K. Goodson, H. L. 
Lefevers, J. C. Stokes, and J. L. Stokes, II, having passed the Commit- 
tee of Examination, were elected deacons and advanced to the class of 
the third year. 

E. C. Calhoun and A. F. Phibbs were continued in the class of the 
second year. 

The following were introduced: W. R. Odell, member of the 
Conference who is now attending as a delegate for the fifty-sixth 
session of the Conference; Dr. W. F. Quillian, Secretary of the Gen- 
eral Board of Christian Education; Dr. Elmer T. Clark, Secretary of 
the General Board of Missions; Dr. J. M. Rowland, of the Virginia 
Conference; Prof. Walter Vassar, Director of Music of Greensboro 
College, and Mrs. Vassar. 

Mayor R. M. Wells was introduced and welcomed the Conference 
to the city of Asheville. 

On motion of A. C. Gibbs, 11:15 tomorrow was set as the time 
to take the ballot on Methodist Unification. 

Leave of absence was granted P. R. Rayle, J. L. Rayle, and A. L. 
Rayle, that they might go to the bedside of their sick father in Sum- 
merfield. 

Bishop Kern then introduced Dr. Umphrey Lee, the Dean of the 
Theological Department of Vanderbilt University, who delivered an 
eloquent address on "The Aldersgate Experience," after which Hymn 
No. 209 was sung. 

Announcements were made, and at 10:00 o'clock the Conference 
adjourned with the benediction by J. B. Craven. 

SECOND DAY 

Thursday } October 21 } 1937. 

The Conference met at nine o'clock. Bishop Kern conducted the 
devotions and Dr. S. B. Turrentine led the prayer. 

M. B. Stokes, Jr., was not before the Committee on Admissions, 
but by two-thirds vote was advanced to the class of the third year, 
and being absent from the Conference was not admitted into full 
connection. 

H. L. Creech, Jr., W. K. Goodson, H. L. Lefevers, R. A. Smith, 
J. C. Stokes, and J. L. Stokes, II, appeared at the bar of the Confer- 
ence and, after an address by the Bishop, took the disciplinary vows and 
were by vote admitted into full connection, giving answer to Minute 
Question No. 6. 



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The time for the election of delegates to the General Conference 
having arrived, the Bishop announced that we were entitled to 12 
clerical and 12 lay delegates. The clerical tellers appointed were: 
H. G. Allen, H. F. Duncan, W. H. Groce, G. B. Clemmer, C. C. 
Herbert, Jr., L. F. Tuttle, G. T. Bond, and E. E. Snow. 

Lay tellers: S. G. Hawfield, W. H. Worth, C. E. Eubanks, J. M. 
Snoddy, and L. L. Gobbel. 

The first ballot for clerical and lay delegates was then cast and the 
tellers retired to count the votes. 

Mrs. L. G. Atkinson, E. L. Jones, D. E. Griggs, Mrs. R. O. Lee, 
Mrs. C. N. Clark, Mrs. W. C. Houston, Mrs. W. L. Hutchins, J. E. 
Roe, Mrs. Nannie Cole, R. L. Pope, Mrs. C. F. Tate, Miss Blanche 
Westmoreland, and Mrs. T. R. Wolfe, lay alternates, were substituted 
for absent delegates. 

The names of the superannuates and the supernumeraries were 
called, their characters were passed, and they were all referred to the 
Committee on Conference Relations for the superannuate relation. 

J. T. Stover, who had attended the Conferences for 62 consecutive 
years, was injured by an automobile accident and was unable to attend 
this session. On motion of A. W. Plyler, the Secretary was instructed 
to send messages of love and greeting to Brothers Stover and T. E. 
Wagg. 

Bishop Kern then asked the superannuates to come to the altar and 
spoke words of appreciation of the service that they had rendered in 
the past years. 

Minute Questions 5, 8, 10, 12, and 17 were called, and answered. 
(See Condensed Minutes.) 

Minute Question 1, "Who are received on trial?" was called, and 
J. Max Brandon, Jr., Abram Jones Cox, Henry Grady Hardin, Dwight 
Bruton Mullis, Malcolm Cephas Reese, and Charles Davis Stokes, 
having been properly recommended by their District Conferences and 
passed the Committees of Examination, were admitted on trial. 

Minute Question 3, "Who remain on trial?" was called, and L. S. 
Furr, P. L. Green, E. M. Hoyle, N. A. Huffman, H. E. Jones, E. C. 
Price, P. L. Shore, Jr., R. J. Starling, and P. R. Taylor, all having 
passed the Committee on Examination, were advanced to the class of 
the second year. 

W. F. Eaker was continued in the class of the first year, under 
Question 2. 



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The Committee on Examination of Minutes report that we have carefully 
examined the minutes of Wednesday night's session and find them correct. 

(Signed) H. C. SPRINKLE, 

W. G. McFARLAND. 

Under Minute Question 11, R. H. Caudill was, on motion of his 
presiding elder, located at his own request. 

Minute Question 13, "Who are transferred to other Conferences?" 
was called, and E. C. Calhoun, in the class of the second year, was 
transferred to the Florida Conference. 

Minute Question 15, "Who are deacons of one year?" was called, 
and F. R. Barber, H. E. Bolick, McRae Crawford, R. P. Gibbs, R. 
M. Hardee, C. G. Hefner, J. S. Higgins, F. E. Howard, H. O. Huss, 
H. D. Jessup, A. A. Lyerly, E. K. McLarty, Jr., D. M. Nifong, 
A. L. Rayle, H. M. Robinson, R. A. Smith, J. C. Swaim, and R. G. 
Tuttle, having passed the examination of character and the course of 
study, were advanced to the class of the fourth year. 

Minute Question 19, "What traveling and what local preachers 
have been elected elders?" was called. Traveling preachers: E. H. 
Brendall, V. P. Crowder, J. R. Duncan, W. J. Huneycutt, C. W. 
Kirby, R. M. Laughlin, C. H. Peace, R. H. Taylor, and W. O. Wel- 
don, were elected elders. C. H. King and Byron Shankle, members of 
this class, had previously been ordained elders. 

The Bishop called L. B. Abernethy to the chair. 

J. W. Hoyle, Jr., presented the following resolution: 

"Resolved, by the Board of Trustees of Davenport College, in session October 
12, 1937, that this Board of Trustees respectfully petitions the Western North 
Carolina Conference in session at Asheville, October 20, 193 7, to abandon all 
efforts to operate a school in Lenoir, N. C, and to set up a Board of Trust 
consisting of five members, with F. C. Sherrill, Chairman, to assemble all the 
available assets of Davenport College and to hold the same intact as a perpetual 
trust, the income of which endowment or trust fund to be used to pay by loan or 
gift the expenses of young women in our church schools, preferably Greensboro 
and Brevard. 

"It is further requested that instead of leaving the Board of Trustees as at 
present constituted, that five members of the present Board be named to consti- 
tute this Board of Trust." 

(Signed) F. C. SHERRILL, Chairman, 

JOHN W. HOYLE, JR., Secretary. 

On motion, this resolution was referred to the Board of Christian 
Education for consideration. 

The Bishop resumed the chair. 

The order of the day, the vote on Unification, having arrived, 
W. W. Peele moved, and it was carried, that the matter be settled by 
a standing; vote. 



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The Bishop appointed A. W. Plyler, H. C. Sprinkle, C. S. Kirk- 
patrick, C. E. Rozelle, R. L. Ownbey, H. G. Allen, W. A. Newell, 
J. P. Hipps, and the Conference Secretaries to count the vote, with 
the result that with a total vote of 422 cast, there were 402 votes for 
unification, and 20 votes against unification. 

Minute Question 14, "What preachers have died during the year?" 
was called, and it was announced that A. J. Burrus, J. A. J. Farring- 
ton, S. S. Higgins, William Hornbuckle, and E. E. Williamson, have 
died. 

The memorial service was then held, and tribute was paid to the 
departed brethren as follows: Rev. A. J. Burrus by W. L. Hutchins, 
Rev. J. A. J. Farrington by W. L. Hutchins, Rev. S. S. Higgins by 
G. W. Vick, Rev. William Hornbuckle by McRae Crawford, Rev. 
E. E. Williamson by G. Ray Jordan, and Bishop Edwin D. Mouzon 
by W. L. She rr ill. 

It was announced that during the present year Mrs. C. A. Wood, 
Mrs. H. H. Jordan, Mrs. J. A. Cook, and Mrs. J. W. Stridcr, widows 
of preachers, have died, and Mrs. J. R. Duncan, wife of Rev. J. R. 
Duncan. 

The memorial address following was delivered by W. L. Hutchins: 

When some one asked Albert Einstein how he came to discover the law of 
relativity he replied by saying-; "I did it by disputing an axiom." He was not the 
first Jew to dispute an axiom. Another one whose name was Paul looked one 
day into a gaping wound in the breast of earth and hurled his defiance at it. 
As Einstein disputed the finality of gravity, so Paul challenged the finality of 
the grave: "O grave, where is thy victory!" And there was still another Jew, 
greater than either of these, the latchet of whose shoes neither would stoop down 
to unloose, who went through life disputing axioms. He began it both in the 
manner of His birth and the place of His youthful residence. The world then 
was not accustomed to seeing greatness begin in a stable, and it was quite con- 
vinced that "no good thing could come out of Nazareth." In early life He dis- 
puted both axioms by declaring: "Wist ye not that I must be about My Father's 
business," and that business was to bring in the Kingdom of God among men. 
He began His ministry with a miracle that defied the laws of custom. The wine 
had given out at a Jewish wedding and with a graciousness of manner He sub- 
stituted water, and the substitution was so delightful that the guests declared it 
was better than the wine. Every miracle He wrought was an acceptance to the 
challenge of the impossible. One day He saw a man whose arm was dangling 
hopelessly by his side. He told him to stretch it forth. Had I been there I am 
quite sure I would have sought to save the Master a bit of embarrassment by 
whispering to Him a little information. I would have said: "That arm is entirely 
helpless; he cannot move it." "But you do not understand," the Master would 
have said; "I came to give LIFE to things that are dead — Stretch forth thine 
hand." 

In the light of a subsequent event there is almost a touch of humor in the 
wailing of the throng that followed the prostrate form of Jairus' daughter. 
"She is dead," they said. And their melancholy tones speak the despair of their 



24 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

hearts. Jesus did not accept their verdict. With an insight into the realities of life 
and the impotence of death he said with a calm assurance: "She is not dead." 
Then He who had come from the spirit world to live with us a little while, 
who understood its laws and could command its inhabitants, called to the soul 
of the damsel to come back and revitalize the house from which it had so recently 
departed. She came and the eyes began to open, the hands to move, the lips to 
part and the voice became articulate: "O father, I was not dead, and I shall 
never die." And that day brought joy unspeakable to the home of Jairus. Thank 
God, that joy shall be ours some day, my brethren. We hope for it now, we 
shall possess it then. 

Even when He was enshrouded in the awful silence of death He could still 
dispute an axiom. If this old world ever rendered a unanimous verdict on any 
subject it was on the death of Christ. Concerning His end there were no minority 
reports. "He is dead" was the unanimous verdict of both friend and foe. His 
disciples had fled; the women had brought their spices to anoint His dead body, 
the tomb was sealed and Roman soldiers were guarding it with military zeal. 
But lo ! A form appears in the door of that tomb. And "who is He that comes 
from Edom with dyed garments from Bozrah?" "I am Alpha and Omega, the 
beginning and the end. I was dead but I am alive forevermore." The verdict of 
both church and state had been reversed by the Supreme Court of Heaven and 
the celestial choir chants the decision: "Hallelujah, the Lord God Omnipotent 
reigneth!" 

My brethren of the ministry, we are called to preach His Gospel, but what is 
the "gospel" we preach? Too often it is nothing more than our own personal 
opinion about some matter of trivial importance. Of course we must preach 
a gospel that saves from sin, but we must also preach a gospel that disputes the 
verdict of death. "Because I live, ye shall live also." Frankly, I become impatient 
sometimes with the lamentations we have to listen to at funerals. You listen in 
vain to hear a joyous note of triumph. "He has gone from us"; "His work was 
cut short"; "He fell in the midst of his task"; "Now that he has gone the work 
will suffer"; "He will be greatly missed"; "The community has lost a leader"; 
"There is no one to take his place," are some of the things we hear. Then the 
pastor reads from the Old Testament about the frailties of life and the depressing 
promise that we shall soon be cut off and fly away and be no more. (A great 
poem for old men in pensive moods) . When I hear all that, I want to cry out 
in protest and say: "In the name of an empty tomb at the base of Golgotha's 
Hill, I will not accept your verdict." Let the poet speak to your hearts for all 
times : 

"Ever near us though unseen 

Their dear immortal spirits tread, 

For all the boundless universe is life. 

There are no dead." 

It was my good fortune in 1934 to trail the martyrs all the way from the 
bloody block in London's Tower to the gory Hill of Golgotha. What a gruesome 
tale these dungeons, these blocks of death, these guillotines, these instruments of 
torture, these cups of hemlock, these isles of banishment, these crosses have to tell. 
It would be a melancholy jaunt indeed were there not some angel of life, some 
muse of history, to go along to dispute the verdict of death. What did Greece do 
when she pressed the cup of hemlock to the lips of Socrates? She made him 
immortal and killed herself. What happened to Savonarola when Lorenzo, the 
tyrant, bound him in jail? He gave the soul of the fiery monk to the ages and 
put out the light of the Medices. Stand with me by a pile of bones, crimsoned 
in their own blood, just outside the Coliseum yonder in Rome. The flesh has just 
appeased the hunger of ravenous beast, and this heap of bones is all that the 



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human eye can see of a house in which an immortal soul lived. In my pagan 
sympathy I cry out: "How awful for human life and personality to end in such 
futility!" An humble Christian who has been faithful unto death stands by my 
side and disputes the verdict of bleaching bones. "Be assured," he said, "that their 
song of martyrdom will become the trumpet call of Christendom, summoning 
millions all round the globe to worship the Christ whose cross of martyrdom has 
become the symbol of the world's hope." 

Since I accepted the invitation to prepare this brief address about one month 
ago, I have attended sixty-one (61) Annual Conferences. I was searching for 
inspiration and material for my speech. I met twenty-seven (27) Bishops, includ- 
ing our own Bishop Kern. Twenty-four of them had songs on their lips and 
harps in their hands. Bishops Denny, Darlington and Kern alone still hold the 
gavel. From each of these I received an appointment. The various tasks to which 
these Bishops assigned me were in keeping with the emphasis which each put upon 
life. Bishop Kavanaugh laid the Book in my hand and said, "Preach all the 
Word." Pierce said, "Above all things be devoted to Jesus Christ." Galloway, 
with a tone that sounded like a silver bell on an Easter morning, said: "Despise 
not thy gifts, but use them for God's glory." Bishop Hendrix showed me how 
nobility of birth and humility of character can be combined into a glorious saint- 
hood. Wilson said: "Be a scholar and use your scholarship for God." Morrison: 
"Be ye perfect as your Father in Heaven is perfect." Duncan spoke as though 
he wanted to correct a wrong impression he might have made when with us and 
said: "Be child-like." Fitzgerald, the most human of them all, said: "Put your 
arms beneath suffering humanity and lift them lovingly." Lambuth : "Do one 
thing well and do it to the ends of the earth." Kilgo: "Hold on to your eternal 
sonship." Atkins: "The Kingdom is in the cradle — Let no man despise thy youth." 
Mouzon: "Preach — preach the Word." Kern: "Let justice run down as waters 
and righteousness as a mighty stream." 

Brethren, let me stand before you these fathers of the church and let me 
borrow from the lips of the eloquent Galloway a sentence that will express the 
prayer of our hearts: Lord God of these ascended Elijahs, be our God and answer 
us by fir el 

But it is not of the mighty that my heart sings. More learned minds and 
eloquent lips can do that far better. I speak rather of the worthy achievements 
in character and usefulness of a class of men whom we have called Methodist 
circuit riders. What a host of heroes whose praises no one sang until Dr. Garber 
gave us "The Romance of Methodism." Quite true that we have had great lead- 
ers; it is of equal significance and just as worthy of note that we have had great 
followers. We have had great Bishops to send us forth, but they have had great 
men to send. The consecrated minds of our leaders have made plans for us but 
the constructive hands of the Methodist pastors have executed them. If Bishops 
and elders have been men of vision, seeing far out amidst the stars, it has been 
men like you who have built the ladder by which we have climbed. All honor to 
the men who have planted the seeds of the Kingdom along far-flung frontiers. 
Let us praise also the men who have watered these seeds with their salt tears and 
who have even fed their roots with their life's blood. 

When the early settler "built his barns and strung his fences" simultaneously 
with the sound of the hammer that broke the silence of the virgin forest was 
the voice of the circuit rider singing in the ear of this pioneer: 

"Sent by my Lord, on you I call, 
The invitation is to all. 
Come all the world, come sinner thou, 
All things in Christ are ready now." 



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It can be truthfully said that when the foundations for America's present 
greatness were laid, the Methodist preacher was there with his open Bible preach- 
ing full salvation for all through faith in the blood of the Son of God. 

But we do not have to return to years remote to find heroism of which I 
speak. It is evidenced in the day in which we are now living. There are occasions 
that demand heroic action as much now as then, and it is the Methodist pastor 
who must and will meet the test. It is quite easy to speak your prophetic message 
into the ears of a congregation when you know that in a few hours you will be 
beyond the reach of the contumelious stone. It is different when you have to 
remain with Mammon, whose greed you have condemned and whose power you 
have challenged. It is not hard to preach the Social Creed of the Churches of 
Christ in America when your pay check is mailed to you from an office in New 
York City, but when that check comes from wealthy men in your own congrega- 
tion who do not believe the Social Creed, then it is a different matter. God be 
merciful to that Methodist preacher who sees the chubby hands of the children 
of the poor extended to him in piteous plea to speak their woe, and that plea 
reinforced by an echo from Nazareth : "I did it," when he knows that such action 
might mean a diminished crust for his own child. "But, I must do it regardless," 
says he, "for it is the way of the Cross and my soul is not for sale." All honor 
to her as well who says: "John, be a prophet for God. I can make over the 
children's clothes and they will look almost like new." These are the Methodist 
preachers who toil up new Calvaries with the Cross that turns not back and they 
are here today. 

Speak Methodist history; who are life's victors! 

Unroll the long annals and say: John Tillett, Walter Creasy, Hardin Atkins, 
Uncle Dan Atkins, L. E. Stacy, G. W. Ivey, J. E. Woosley, J. C. Rowe, R. M. 
Hoyle, A. J. Burrus, J. A. J. Farrington, E. E. Williamson, and a host of others 
of whom the world was not worthy. 

I spoke a while ago of my pilgrimage through the years to 6 1 Annual Con- 
ferences. I found the Conference of 1882 in deep gloom. A giant cedar had 
fallen that year and there was a lonesome place against the sky. An Elijah had 
ascended and there was no Elisha in sight. I heard the man who read his memoir 
say concerning him : "What a vacuum his death has made in the educational 
world." Vacuum! When he used that word I cried to Heaven for its book of 
antonyms. "What is that word that means exactly the opposite to vacuum?" The 
Divine philologist put his finger on a word and I looked and behold it was 
Duke University . Did Braxton Craven leave behind him a vacuum? Has any 
Methodist preacher left behind him a vacuum? Grim death comes in swaggering 
and says, "Yes, a vacuum"; and sometimes we, in our ignorance, agree. O 
Mother Methodism, made valiant, militant, triumphant, by their arduous labors 
and heroic lives, stand above their sleeping ashes all round the globe, and with 
thy soul rekindled at Aldersgate, and with tongue of flame dispute the verdict. 

Lord God of these ascended Elijahs, be our God and answer us by fire. 

The following were introduced: Dr. C. N. Allen, of the Board 
of Church Extension; Dr. J. M. Ormond, of the North Carolina 
Conference; Rev. A. E. Holler and Rev. W. L. Mullikin, of the 
lowing, which was adopted: 

W. A. Lambeth, the Secretary of the Cabinet, submitted the fol- 
lowing, which were adopted: 



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SUBSTITUTIONS ON QUADRENNIAL BOARDS AND COMMITTEES: 

Board of Christian Literature: W. J. Bull in place of D. B. Coltrane. 

Board of Finance: G. R. Stafford in place of C. N. Clark. 

Board of Church Extension: Paul F. Evans in place of Leon Cash. 

Advisory Committee on General Indebtedness: D. B. McCrary (already 
a member), as Chairman; W. W. Peele in place of J. T. Mangum; B. S. 
Womble in place of Leon Cash. 

Memorials to General Conference: A. W. Plyler, W. R. Odell, A. C. 
Gibbs, E. A. Cole, G. Ray Jordan, Zeb F. Curtis, J. C. Cornett, A. J. Kirby, 
and R. D. Coleman. 

Public Worship: W. B. West, L. D. Thompson, E. H. Nease, E. E. Snow, 
and W. H. Groce. 

District Conference Records: R. C. Goforth, M. W. Heckard, and H. A. 
Dunham. 

The tellers reported 269 votes cast on the first ballot for clerical 
delegates to the General Conference, with 135 necessary to elect. The 
following, W. W. Peele with 216 votes, W. A. Lambeth with 174 
votes, G. T. Rowe with 143 votes, C. C. Weaver with 138 votes, and 
J.. B. Craven with 135 votes, were declared elected. Other votes 
cast were as follows: C. H. Moser, 119; E. K. McLarty, 107; 
P. N. Garber, 104; G. R. Jordan, 98; A. W. Plyler, 95; A. C. Gibbs, 
90; P. W. Tucker, 87; W. A. Rollins, 86; W. A. Stanbury, 79; 
L. D. Thompson, 75; C. N. Clark, 74; C. S. Kirkpatrick, 73; L. B. 
Hayes, 66; E. O. Cole, 61; H. C. Sprinkle, 60; J. W. Moore, 57; 
G. T. Bond, 56; W. A. Newell, 51 ; W. B. West, 46; J. W. Hoyle, 
46; H. G. Allen, 45; M. T. Smatbers, 43; R. M. Courtney, 41; 
J. S. Hiatt, 37; W. L. Sherrill, 33; C. M. Pickens, 32; W. L. Scott, 
28; C. E. Rozzelle, 26; J. P. Hipps, 24; N. C. Williams, 24; H. P. 
Powell, 20; R. L. Ownbey, 19; W. A. Kale, 18; C. H. King, 15; 

E. H. Nease, 15; A. L. Stanford, 14; R. C. Goforth, 13; H. B. 
Trimble, 13; E. W. Fox, 12. 

The first ballot for lay delegates was announced: ballots cast, 119; 
necessary to elect, 60. W. R. Odell with 99 votes, J. B. Ivey with 81 
votes, H. A. Dunham with 76 votes, A. J. Kirby with 76 votes, J. E. 
Lambeth with 73 votes, O. V. Woosley with 69 voes, J. A. Jones with 
65 votes, and E. A. Cole with 61 votes, were declared elected. Other 
votes cast were as follows: L. L. Gobbel, 59; W. H. Worth, 56; 
P. F. Evans, 49; G. B. Howard, 46; Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 46; Geo. 

F. Ivey, 45; James Atkins, 38; Zeb V. Curtis, 38; R. T. Amos, 31; 
C. A. Jonas, 27; F. N. Tate, 21; Mrs. George A. Hoyle, 20; Mrs. 
W. A.' Newell, 19; Mrs. C. N. Clark, 18; I. F. Craven, 15; T. C. 
Hoyle, 13; scattering, 287. 



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A second ballot was then taken for 7 clerical and 4 lay delegates, 
and the tellers retired to count the votes. The Conference adjourned 
to meet at 5 o'clock to receive a report from the tellers. 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 

The Conference, according to adjournment, met at 5 o'clock, and 
was opened with prayer by Rev. C. M. Pickens. The tellers reported 
the result of the second ballot for clerical and lay delegates to the 
General Conference. 

Clerical: total votes cast, 211; necessary to a choice, 106. C. H. 
Moser received 114 votes, and P. N. Garber, 109, and were declared 
elected. Other votes were as follows: E. K. McLarty, 98; C. S. Kirk- 
patrick, 96; A. W. Plyler, 89; W. A. Rollins, 76; G. Ray Jordan, 
73; P. W. Tucker, 69; A. C. Gibbs, 65; W. A. Stanbury, 62; E. O. 
Cole, 62; J. W. Moore, 46; C. N. Clark, 43; L. B. Hayes, 42; 
L. D. Thompson, 40; G. T. Bond, 37; W. A. Newell, 37; H. G. 
Allen, 34; H. C. Sprinkle, 33; W. B. West, 24; J. W. Hoyle, Jr., 
21; R. M. Courtney, 21; C. M. Pickens, 18; N. C. Williams, 16; 
R. L. Ownbey, 15; J. S. Hiatt, 15; W. L. Hutchins, 14; scattering, 
62. 

Lay: total votes cast, 86; necessary to a choice, 44. L. L. Gobbel, 
who received 49 votes, and W. H. Worth, 44 votes, were declared 
elected. Other votes were as follows: Paul F. Evans, 42; G. B. 
Howard, 34; Geo. F. Ivey, 33; Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 31 ; C. A. Jonas, 
21; R. T. Amos, 18; James Atkins, 14; scattering, 42. 

A third ballot was then taken for 5 clerical and 2 lay delegates to 
the General Conference. 

At 5 :45 o'clock the Conference adjourned. 

THIRD DAY 

Friday, October 22 , 1937. 

The Bishop called the Conference to order at 9 o'clock, conducted 
the opening worship, and C. E. Rozzelle led the prayer. 

The report of the third ballot for clerical delegates to the General 
Conference was made. The number of votes cast was 243; necessary 
to a choice, 123. E. K. McLarty received 138 votes and was elected. 
Other votes were as follows: C. S. Kirkpatrick, 95; P. W. Tucker*. 
79; A. W. Plyler, 77; G. Ray Jordan, 76; W. A. Rollins, 73; A. C. 
Gibbs, 71; E. O. Cole, 60; W. A. Stanbury, 55; C. N. Clark, 49; 



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L. B. Hayes, 47; J. W. Moore, 43; L. D. Thompson, 41; J. W. 
Hoyle, Jr., 30; W. A. Newell, 27; G. T. Bond, 22; H. G. Allen, 
22; H. C. Sprinkle, 21; R. M. Courtney, 20; W. B. West, 19; 
C. M. Pickens, 16; N. C. Williams, 14; scattering, 97. 

The report of the third ballot for lay delegates to the General 
Conference was made: 101 ballots were cast, 51 necessary to a choice. 
Paul F. Evans received 5 1 votes and was elected. 

A fourth ballot was then taken and the tellers retired to count the 
votes. 

E. A. Cole presented the annual report of the Treasurer of the 
Superannuate Endowment Fund for publication in the minutes. 

The names of the preachers of the Asheville, Charlotte, Gastonia, 
Greensboro, Marion, Salisbury, Statesville, Waynesville, and Winston- 
Salem Districts were called, they submitted their reports and their 
characters were passed. 

T. A. Groce, T. C. Jordan, Ebenezer Myers, and W. M. Robbins 
were referred to the Committee on Conference Relations for the 
superannuate relation. 

W. T. Albright announced that the father of our brethren P. R. 
Rayle, J. L. Rayle, and A. L. Rayle died on yesterday. The Secretary 
was instructed to send a telegram of sympathy in the name of the 
Conference. The Bishop then led in prayer for these brethren. 

M. T. Turner, of the Publishing House, was introduced, and 
presented a check from the Publishing House for the Conference 
Board of Finance. 

The fourth ballot for clerical delegates to the General Conference 
was reported. Number of votes cast, 257; necessary to a choice, 129. 
C. S. Kirkpatrick received 149 votes, and was declared elected. Others 
received votes as follows: P. W. Tucker, 99; G. Ray Jordan, 95; 
W. A. Rollins, 90; A. W. Plyler, 90; A. C. Gibbs, 79; E. O. Cole, 
78; L. D. Thompson, 40; C. N. Clark, 39; L. B. Hayes, 33; W. A. 
Stanbury, 25; J. W. Moore, 23; J. W. Hoyle, Jr., 22; H. G. Allen, 
19; G. T. Bond, 18; W. A. Newell, 17; J. S. Hiatt, 13; scattering, 
99. 

A fifth ballot was taken, and the tellers retired to count the votes. 

. The fourth ballot for lay delegates was announced. Total votes 
cast, 118; necessary to a choice, 60. No one received the necessary 
number of votes. Mrs. C. C. Weaver received 53 votes, G. B. How- 
ard, 37; R. T. Amos, 18; scattering, 10. 



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A fifth ballot was taken, and the tellers retired to count the votes. 

On motion, the time was extended to complete the work of the 
morning. 

The tellers reported the fifth ballot for clerical delegates to the 
General Conference. The number of votes cast was 252; necessary to 
elect, 127. P. W. Tucker received 144 votes and was elected. Votes 
cast for others were as follows: G. R. Jordan, 121; W. A. Rollins, 
113; A. W. Plyler, 82; A. C. Gibbs, 78; E. O. Cole, 67; L. D. 
Thompson, 21; C. N. Clark, 21; J. W. Moore, 15; L. B. Hayes, 
15; W. A. Newell, 10; W. A. Stanbury, 10; H. G. Allen, 10; 
scattering, 63. 

The fifth ballot for lay delegates was reported: 111 votes were 
cast; necessary to a choice, 56. No election. Mrs. C. C. Weaver re- 
ceived 53; G. B. Howard, 44; R. T. Amos, 11; scattering, 3. 

The following were introduced: Rev. W. F. Blackard and Rev. 
F. B. Shelton, of the Holston Conference; Rev. C. M. White, of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church; and Rev. C. W. Bates, of the Methodist 
Protestant Church. 

The Bishop expressed high appreciation of the assistance rendered 
him during the past year by E. H. Nease, J. B. McLarty, E. K. Mc- 
Larty, Jr., and F. E. Howard, and presented each of them with a 
valuable book. 

The sixth ballot was taken for both clerical and lay delegates to 
the General Conference and the tellers retired to count the votes. 

W. A. Stanbury moved, and it was carried, that we adjourn to 
meet at 2:30 p. m. to consider the special report on the Aldersgate 
Commemoration. The Conference then adjourned at 1 :00 o'clock 
with the benediction pronounced by Dr. F. B. Shelton, of the Holston 
Conference. 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 

The Conference met at 2:30 o'clock and the opening devotions 
were conducted by the Bishop. Dr. E. Lester Ballard, the pastor of 
the local Methodist Protestant Church, was introduced, and then Dr. 
C. W. Bates, the fraternal messenger from that church, brought greet- 
ings to which Bishop Kern responded in appropriate words. Rev. C. M. 
White also spoke briefly. 

The sixth ballot for clerical delegates was reported. Number of 
votes cast, 214; necessary to a choice, 107. G. Ray Jordan received 
121, W. A. Rollins, 115 votes, and were elected. The vote for others 



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was: A. W. Plyler, 66; E. O. Cole, 29; A. C. Gibbs, 26; L. D. 
Thompson, 10; scattering, 48. 

On motion of W. W. Peele, a ballot was taken for four clerical 
alternates, and tellers retired to count the vote. 

The sixth ballot for lay delegates was announced: 99 votes were 
cast, 50 being necessary to a choice. There was no election. 

A seventh ballot was then taken for lay delegates and the tellers 
retired to count the votes. 

The report of the Committee on the Spiritual State of the Church 
was read by Mrs. W. A. Newell and adopted. (See Appendix.) 

The report of the special Aldersgate Commemoration Committee 
was read by A. C. Gibbs. Dr. E. T. Clark discussed the report, after 
which several preachers and laymen also expressed their approval of the 
movement. Bishop Kern insisted that we should not depend upon the 
Bishops to furnish active leadership, urging the preachers and laymen 
to undertake the task at once. The report was then adopted. (See Ap- 
pendix.) 

The seventh report of the lay tellers was made: 99 votes were cast, 
50 being necessary to elect. G. B. Howard received 56 votes, and was 
declared elected. It was then voted that four lay alternates be elected, 
and a ballot was taken for these. The tellers then retired to count the 
votes. 

H. G. Allen, President of the Conference Brotherhood, and S. G. 
Hawfield spoke earnestly in regard to the importance of that organiza- 
tion, and urged that all the preachers become members. 

At 4:30 the Conference adjourned, with the benediction by C. C. 
Herbert, Jr. 

FOURTH DAY 

Saturday } October 23, 1937. 

The Bishop called the Conference to order at 9:00 o'clock and 
conducted the opening religious exercises, and then W. j. Miller, M. 
T. Smathers, and M. Q. Tuttle, led in prayer. 

Dr. E. K. McLarty was then introduced and he delivered an 
extraordinary address on the importance of evangelism. 

It was moved and carried that memorials to the General Confer- 
ence be referred to that Committee without reading. 

T. R. Wolfe and M. T. Smathers presented memorials, which 
were referred. 

W. L. Sherrill announced that an elect lady had sent to him $700 
in cash to be distributed among the wives of superannuated preachers. 



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This amount was turned over to E. O. Cole, Treasurer, for distribu- 
tion. 

On motion of L. D. Thompson, the Secretary was requested to 
thank the donor of the gift of $700 to the wives of the superannuated 
preachers. 

The Secretary announced that this is the last Conference he will 
serve as Secretary. On motion of W. B. West, the Conference stood 
in appreciation and love for him. After this, the Bishop commended 
his long service in that capacity and the Secretary responded with words 
of appreciation. 

A. W. Plyler then presented the following resolution, which was 
unanimously adopted: 

"Whereas, Rev. W. L. Sherrill, for 44 years the Secretary of this Conference, 
has announced that he will, after this year, relinquish this work on account of 
advanced years, it is the will of the Conference to express its appreciation of his 
incomparable service through the years. At all times accurate and alert, his records 
have been the best specimens of the Secretary's art. Through the years he has 
edited the Conference Journal and made it a model that other Conference Secre- 
taries delighted to copy. There have been few men with the secretarial capacity 
of W. L. Sherrill. Our love and prayers will follow this brother beloved, whose 
perfect records stretch across the forty-four years now closing. And we request 
that the portrait of Brother Sherrill appear as the frontispiece of the Journal of 
this Conference." 

E. O. Cole presented his report as Conference Treasurer, and 
also made a report of the Conference Fellowship Fund, and that the 
plan was not workable. On* motion, the money received was ordered 
returned to the contributors. 

E. O. Cole presented a memorial, which was referred to the Com- 
mittee on Memorials to the General Conference. 

The tellers reported the first ballot for clerical alternates: 162 votes 
were cast, 82 being necessary to a choice. A. W. Plyler, having received 
119 votes, and A. C. Gibbs, 90, were declared elected as clerical 
alternates. 

The ballot was then taken for two additional clerical alternates, 
and the tellers retired to count the votes. 

The lay tellers announced that, as a result of the ballot for lay 
alternates, 85 ballots were cast, 43 being necessary to a choice. R. T. 
Amos received 71 votes, Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 66, James Atkins, 53, 
and Charles A. Jonas, 43, and were declared elected lay alternates. 

Bishop Kern vacated the chair to H. C. Sprinkle. 

R. M. Hardee presented the following resolution on Sabbath Day 
Observance, which was, after discussion, adopted by rising vote: 

"Be it Resolved: That this Conference stand in protest against the now 



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prevalent commercialization of the Sabbath Day, such as Sunday pictures, circuses, 
and baseball. 

"That we further ask the municipalities of our great state to help us make 
the Sabbath primarily a day of worship instead of a day of commercialized 
amusements." 

(Signed) ROBERT M. HARDEE, 
C. E. ROZZELLE, 
JOHN W. MOORE, 
W. O. GOODE, 
L. B. ABERNETHY, 
W. A. NEWELL, 
GILBERT R. COMBS. 
The Bishop resumed the chair. 

J. G. Wilkinson presented a resolution on alcoholic beverages, and 

it was, after discussion, adopted by substituting the word "rebuke" for 

"condemn," and then was unanimously adopted. 

"Whereas, the liquor forces continue their ill conceived purpose to flood 
North Carolina with alcoholic beverages, and, 

"Whereas, this is done over the expressed will of the people in elections 
called for decision of this very question, and, 

"Whereas, they still endeavor to extend the traffic by legal and illegal means, 
therefore, 

"Be it Resolved : That we hold the last three sessions of the General Assembly 
of North Carolina responsible for these deplorable conditions, and, .while we 
most heartily commend those who voted against these measures extending the 
liquor traffic, we rebuke those members who betrayed the people of North Caro- 
lina by promoting the sale of such beverages to our people. We call for the 
retirement from public office of every public official who has consented, directly 
or indirectlv, to this betraval of public trust, and be it further 

"Resolved, that we, as Christian people, call upon all citizens of North 
Carolina to join with us in seeing that only those who favor full prohibition 
of the traffic in alcoholic beverages be elected to public office in North Carolina, 
and, more particularly to the General Assembly of North Carolina. And that 
this end may be achieved, be it further 

"Resolved, that this Conference appoint a Committee of nine, one to each 
District, to direct our efforts in this action, and that we call upon all other 
Christian churches of North Carolina to join with us in destroying the liquor 
evil among our people. And be it further 

"Resolved, that this constituted Committee represent us in organizing all the 
dry sentiment of the state that our efforts may be effective in the next primaries 
and election of public officials in this state." 

The tellers reported the second ballot for clerical alternates to 
General Conference. The total vote was 175; necessary to a choice, 88. 
E. O. Cole received 144 votes, and L. D. Thompson, 95, and they 
were declared elected. 

D. B. McCrary presented charts showing the decrease in indebted- 
ness in the Conference, also the report of this Commission. 

The Bishop showed by the chart the relation of the church and 
church school membership, 1928-1937. Also the North Carolina 
Christian Advocate subscriptions; members received on profession of 



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faith; payments on benevolences, and amount raised for all purposes. 

Gurney H. Kearns was appointed by the Bishop on the Committee 
on General Indebtedness, and the Commission was continued for the 
next quadrennium. 

On motion of T. R. Wolfe, the salary of the Conference Treas- 
urer was set at $600 for the next year. 

G. B. Howard submitted the report of the Dr. Strain Fund. 

Miss Lelia Tuttle and Dr. and Mrs. Morris R. Paty, missionaries 
to China, were introduced, and Dr. Paty spoke of the medical missions 
in China. 

Paul F. Evans submitted the report of the Board of Lay Activities, 
which was adopted, and A. J. Kirby was elected Conference Lay 
Leader. 

The report of the Board of Church Extension was read by G. B. 
Howard and adopted. 

Dr. W. F. Quillian spoke on the work of the General Board of 
Christian Education. 

The name of C. W. Clay, missionary to Brazil, was called. His 
character was passed, and he was continued in the class of the fourth 
year. 

The Boy Scouts were presented. 

L. D. Thompson introduced L. B. Rogers and the Methodist 
ministers of Asheville, who were his assistants in entertaining the 
Conference. 

The Conference adjourned at 12:30 o'clock to meet at 2:30 this 
afternoon. The benediction was pronounced by W. A. Lambeth. 

SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 

The Conference was called to order at 2:30 p. m. by Bishop Kern. 

The Bishop led the opening prayer. 

The Committee on Minutes made the following report: 

Your Committee on Minutes has examined the minutes of the Thursday 
morning and afternoon sessions, Friday morning and afternoon and Saturday 
morning sessions, and found them to be correct. 

(Signed) H. C. SPRINKLE, 

W. G. McFARLAND. 

The report of the Board of Christian Education was presented 
by C. C. Herbert, Jr. Section B II, relating to Davenport College, 
was amended as follows: "That the Trustees of the Trust Fund shall 
report annually to the Western North Carolina Conference." Each 
section of the report was adopted, and then the report was adopted as 
a whole. 



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The reports of the Treasurer of the Board of Christian Education, 
the Conference Trustees, the Board of Managers of the North Caro- 
lina Pastors' School, were presented and adopted. (See Appendix.) 

J. D. Rankin read the report of the Board of Missions, and it was 
adopted. (See Appendix.) L. B. Abernethy spoke to this report, em- 
phasizing the work of the Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital. 

The reports of the Joint Commission on Wesley Foundation 
Work, the Committee on Memorials to the General Conference, the 
Committee on District Conference Records, Christian Literature, 
Bible Board, and the Children's Home were presented by W. O. 
Weldon, A. C. Gibbs, R. C. Goforth, E. Myers, and O. V.' Woosley, 
respectively, and adopted. (See Appendix.) 

The following resolution was presented by F. C. Smathers and 
adopted: 

"Whereas, the peace of nations is consonant with the teachings of Christ, 
and, 

"Whereas, the peace of nations is threatened by the existence of actual war, 

"Be it Resolved: That we, the members of the Western North Carolina 

Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, in Conference assembled, 

applaud and approve the disposition of the government of the United States to 

consult with other governments in an effort to establish peace; and, 

"Be It Resolved: That the co-operation of nations in sincere efforts to 
establish international peace is a practical application of the teachings of Christ, 
"Be It Resolved, Further: That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the 
President of the United States, the Honorable Franklin Delano Roosevelt, to the 
Secretary of State, the Honorable Cordell Hull, and to the Chairman of the 
Committees on Foreign Relations of the two branches of the Congress of the 
United States." 

(Signed) F. C. SMATHERS, 
E. O. COLE, 
CARL H. KING, 
C. C. HERBERT, JR., 
A. W. PLYLER, 
W. A. STANBURY, 
G. T. ROWE, 
RAYMOND A. SMITH, 
RICHARD L. OWNBEY. 

C. H. King suggested to the Conference a sign to be used by 
rural churches. 

The Bishop announced the transfer, from the Holston Conference, 
of Harry S. Williams, in the class of the second year. 

C. C. Weaver offered the following resolution, and it was adopted 
by a rising vote : 



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"In view of the fact that the next General Conference marks the close of 
the quadrennium of the administration of our Annual Conference by Bishop 
Paul B. Kern, be it resolved that we wish to express our appreciation of his work 
with us. His friendliness, his interest in every preacher's welfare, his keen under- 
standing of the Conference and its problems, have all combined to make his 
administration a marked success. We assure him that our interest, best wishes, 
and prayers will follow him all his life." 

(Signed) CHAS. C. WEAVER, 
W. A. STANBURY, 
L. D. THOMPSON, 
R. L. OWNBEY, 
R. M. COURTNEY, 
O. V. WOOSLEY. 

Bishop Kern responded feelingly to this resolution. 

The motion was made and adopted that the Conference meet at 
7:30 for a business session. 

The doxology was sung, W. A. Stanbury pronounced the benedic- 
tion, and the Conference adjourned at 4:50 o'clock. 



SATURDAY EVENING SESSION 

Bishop Kern called the Conference to order at 7:30 o'clock. 

The report of the Board of Finance, presented by Dr. W. C. 
Houston, was adopted. (See Appendix.) 

The report of Commission on Budget was read by H. C. Sprinkle. 
Bishop Kern, by request, spoke to this report, after which it was adopted. 
(See Appendix.) 

On invitation of Dr. C. C. Weaver, the Conference voted to 
meet in First Church, Charlotte, for the 1938 session, giving answer 
to Minute Question 47. 

The Conference voted to meet tomorrow at 3:00 p. m. for the 
ordination of deacons and elders. 

Mrs. M. R. Paty, missionary to China, spoke of the work and 
needs of missions in China. An offering amounting to $200 was taken 
for the medical work in that field, and turned over to Mr. A. F. 
Hartsell, Treasurer of the Board of Missions. 

Bishop called Dr. C. C. Weaver to the chair and he presented 
Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes, senior Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, who delivered the missionary address of the Conference on 
the subject, "Jonah and Methodist Missions." After the address the 
Conference adjourned with the benediction by W. L. Hutchins. 



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FIFTH DAY— AFTERNOON SESSION 

Sunday, October 24 , 1937. 

Bishop Kern called the Conference to order at 3:00 o'clock and 
led the opening prayer. 

With appropriate words, Bishop Kern presented Bishop Edwin 
Holt Hughes, who from I Thessalonians 3:18, preached the ordina- 
tion sermon on "Holy Spiritlikeness." 

E. H. Nease, Assistant Secretary, presented the candidates for 
deacon's and elder's orders and they were ordained. The certificate 
follows: 

"This certifies that on Sunday, October 24, 193 7, in Central Methodist 
Church, Asheville, N. C, I, Paul B. Kern, a Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, after a sermon preached by Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes, ordained 
to the office of deacon: H. L. Creech, Jr., W. K. Goodson, H. L. Lefevers, J. C. 
Stokes, J. L. Stokes, II, and H. S. Williams, traveling preachers. Following this, 
I ordained to the office of elder the following traveling preachers: E. H. Brendall, 
V. P. Crowder, J. R. Duncan, W. J. Huneycutt, C. W. Kirby, R. M. Laughlin, 
C. H. Peace, R. H. Taylor, and W. O. Weldon. 

"At the ordination of elders, Rev. C. N. Clark read the Epistle, Dr. W. W. 
Peele read the Gospel, and Bishop E. H. Hughes, Dr. G. Ray Jordan, Dr. G. R. 
Combs, Dr. W. W. Peele, and Rev. W. B. West assisted in the laying on of 
hands." 

(Signed) PAUL B. KERN. 

Bishop Kern pronounced the benediction, and the Conference was 
adjourned to meet at 7:00 o'clock. 

SUNDAY EVENING SESSION 

Bishop Kern called the Conference to order at 7:00 o'clock, the 
devotional service was led by L. D. Thompson, and G. Ray Jordan 
led the prayer. 

Announcement was made that because of illness the Conference 
Secretary, W. L. Sherrill, could not attend the evening session, and 
A. W. Plyler led in prayer for his recovery. 

Dr. J. M. Rowland, Editor of the Richmond Christian Advocate, 
preached the sermon; subject, "Others Have Labored and We Are 
Entered into Their Labors." 

The report of the Committee on Conference Relations was pre- 
sented by J. H. Brendall, Jr., and adopted. 

The following resolution, presented by J. B. Craven, was adopted: 

"Whereas, the Waynesville District is unable to pay a salary sufficient to 
care adequately for its administrative expense, the Cabinet requests the Conference 
to ask the District Stewards in the following Districts to provide for raising a 
supplemental amount as follows: 



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Charlotte $ 17 7.00 

Gastonia 173.00 

Greensboro 192.00 

Marion 65.00 

Salisbury 195.00 

Statesville 178.00 

Winston-Salem 220.00 

Total $1,200.00 

Minute Questions 25 to 45, inclusive, were called and answered, 
giving the Conference Statistics. (See Condensed Minutes.) 

The following report was adopted: 

"Your Committee on Minutes has examined the minutes of Saturday after- 
noon and evening and Sunday sessions and find them to be correct." 

(Signed) H. C. SPRINKLE, 

W. G. McFARLAND. 

A resolution, presented by Charles C. Weaver for the Committee 
on Conference Entertainment, thanking the Central Church and its 
pastor, the Methodists and other friends in Asheville, the city papers 
and all who had a part in the fine entertainment of the Conference, 
was passed unanimously by a standing vote. 

Appreciation was expressed to H. A. Dunham, who had furnished 
apples for the Conference. 

The Bishop announced the transfer of W. F. Beadle, in the class 
of the third year, but not a deacon, from the Louisiana Conference. 

The changes in boundaries were then read as follows: 

CHANGES IN DISTRICT AND CHARGE BOUNDARIES 

Transfer from the Asheville District to the Marion District the following 
charges: Avery and Elk Park Charges. 

Asheville District: Take Avery's Creek from the Skyland Charge and 
place with Fletcher-Mills River. Take Balfour from the Skyland Charge and 
place on the Flat Rock Charge. 

Charlotte District: Take Mill Grove from Matthews Charge and place 
with Monroe Circuit. Dissolve Huntersville Charge by placing Williamson and 
McKendree Churches in the Statesville District and Huntersville with Mount 
Zion. Create a new charge to be named Oakhurst in the suburbs of Charlotte. 

Greensboro District: Take Oak View from Ward Street-Archdale and 
make a new charge to be called Oak View. 

Take White Chapel from Cedar Falls and add to Liberty Circuit. 
Place Centre, Eleazer, Macedonia, served this year by the North Carolina 
Conference, and Mt. Tabor on the Asheboro Circuit, on the Farmer Circuit. 

Dissolve Cedar Falls Circuit by placing Cedar Falls, Central Falls and 
Worthville with Asheboro Circuit. 

Place Mt. Pisgah, served this year by the North Carolina Conference, on 
Asheboro Circuit. 

Take Tabernacle from Asheboro Circuit and add to Randolph. 
Marion District: From Broad River Charge take Union and place it with 
Rutherfordton. 



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From the Bostic Charge take Cedar Grove, Hopewell and Hollis, and from 
the Gilkey Charge take Centennial and Pisgah, and form a new charge, calling 
it Sunshine. 

From Rutherfordton take Gilboa and place it with the Gilkey Charge. 

From Marion Mills take Pleasant Hill and place it on the Marion Circuit. 
Salisbury District: From Landis take Shiloh and place with Westford. 

Out of the Concord Circuit make two new charges: Mt. Olivet and Rocky 
Ridge, composed of Carmel and Rocky Ridge. 

Discontinue Yadkin-Rowan Charge, placing Yadkin with East Spencer and 
making Rowan a charge. 

Take Tabernacle from Badin-Tabernacle and create the Tabernacle Charge. 

Take New London from the New London Circuit and place with Badin, 
making the Badin-New London Charge. 

From the Salem Charge take Mt. Tabor and from the New London Charge 

take Zion, Richfield, and Bethel, and make a new charge called Pfeiffer Circuit. 

Statesville District: Take Williamson and McKendree Churches from 

the Charlotte District and place with Jones Memorial forming a new charge 

called South Iredell. 

Change name of Davidson Charge to Davidson-Fairview. 

Take Knox Chapel from Shepherd Charge and place with Elmwood Charge. 

Discontinue Bethel Church on the Laurel Springs Charge and attach prop- 
erty interest to Laurel Springs Quarterly Conference. 

Waynesville District: Absorb the Glenville Charge by placing Nortons 
and Glenville on the Highlands Charge and by discontinuing Double Springs, 
placing property with Highlands Quarterly Conference. 

Minute Question 48, "Where are the preachers stationed this year?" 
was called, and after a brief address by Bishop Kern, the appointments 
were read, and then the Conference adjourned sine die at 9:45 p. m. 
with the benediction pronounced by the Bishop. 

(Signed) PAUL B. KERN, President, 
WILLIAM L. SHERRILL, Secretary. 



V 

Condensed Minutes 



I. PROBATIONERS 

1. Who are admitted on trial? J. Max Brandon, Jr., Abram Jones Cox, 
Henry Grady Hardin, Dwight Bruton Mullis, Malcolm Cephas Reese, Charles 
Davis Stokes. — (6). 

2. Who else is in the class of the first year? William Franklin Eaker. 

3. Who remain on trial? Lester Seymour Furr, Philip Lambeth Green, Enoch 
Marvin Hoyle, Norman A. Huffman, Harlan Eura Jones, Philip Linus Shore, Jr., 
Edgar Conrad Price, Richard James Starling-, Paul Richard Taylor. — (9). 

II. CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP 

6. Who are admitted into full connection? Harlan Longstreet Creech, Jr., 
Walter Kenneth Goodson, Horatio Lester Lefevers, Raymond Alexander Smith, 
James Carlisle Stokes, John Lemacks Stokes, II. — (6). 

7. Who else is in the class of the third year? Marvin Boyd Stokes, Jr., re- 
mains on trial but was advanced to the class of the third year, and Harry San- 
ford Williams; Winans Fletcher Beadle (not a deacon). 

8. Who are readmitted? None. 

9. Who are received, by transfer from other Conferences? Harry Sanford 
Williams (in the class of the third year) from the Holston Conference, and 
Winans Fletcher Beadle (class of third year) from the Louisiana Conference. 

10. Who are received from other churches as traveling preachers? None. 

11. Who are located this year? R. H. Caudill at his own request. 

12. Who have withdrawn or been expelled? None. 

13. Who are transferred to other Conferences? E. C. Calhoun (in class of 
second year) to Florida Conference. 

14. What preachers have died during the year? A. J. Burrus, J. A. J. Far- 
rington, S. S. Higgins, William Hornbuckle, and E. E. Williamson. — (5). 

III. ORDERS 

1 5. Who are the deacons of one year? Frederick Roy Barber, Horace Edward 
Bolick, McRae Crawford, Rollin Parker Gibbs, Robert Marion Hardee, Cecil 
Gaston Hefner, Jr., James Silvester Higgins, Fletcher Earl Howard, Hoskie Otho 
Huss, Hugh Dean Jessup, Arnold Alexander Lyerly, Emmett Kennedy McLarty, 
Jr., Dwight Moody Nifong, Alfred Layton Rayle, Harold Munson Robinson, 
Raymond Alexander Smith, John Curtis Swaim, Robert Gregory Tuttle. — (18). 

16. Who else is in the class of the fourth year? Charles Wesley Clay. 

17. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been elected 
deacons? Traveling preachers — Harlan Longstreet Creech, Jr., Walter Kenneth 
Goodson, Horatio Lester Lefevers, James Carlisle Stokes, John Lemacks Stokes, II, 
Harry Sanford Williams (by the Holston Conference). — (6). 

Local preachers — None. 



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18. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been ordained 
deacons? Traveling preachers — Harlan Longstreet Creech, Jr., Walter Kenneth 
Goodson, Horatio Lester Lefevers, James Carlisle Stokes, John Lemacks Stokes, II, 
Harry Sanford Williams (by the Holston Conference). — (6). 

Local preachers — None. 

19. What traveling preachers and ivhat local preachers have been elected 
elders? Traveling preachers — Earl Hall Brendall, Victor Palmer Crowder, Jesse 
Rush Duncan, Wiley Jackson Huneycutt, Cicero William Kirby, Robert Mangum 
Laughlin, Clifford Hinshaw Peace, Ralph Henderson Taylor, Wilson Osborne 
Weldon.— (9). 

Local preachers — None. 

20. What traveling preachers and ivhat local preachers have been ordained 
elders? Traveling preachers — Earl Hall Brendall, Victor Palmer Crowder, Jesse 
Rush Duncan, Wiley Jackson Huneycutt, Cicero William Kirby, Robert Mangum 
Laughlin, Clifford Hinshaw Peace, Ralph Henderson Taylor, Wilson Osborne 
Weldon.— (9). 

Local preachers — None. 

21. Who Iiave been recommended by a District Conference for recognition of 
their orders as local deacons or local elders? None. 

IV. conference relations 

22. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and official administration? 
Their names were called, one by one, in open Conference and their characters 
were passed. 

2 3. Who are supernumerary? None. 

24. Who are superannuated? J. A. Baldwin, D. C. Ballard, A. R. Bell, H. K. 
Boyer, J. H. Bradley, J. H. Brendall, G. C. Brinkman, P. H. Brittain, D. F. 
Carver, W. S. Cherrv, M. B. Clegg, E. N. Crowder, J. M. Downum, R. P. 
Fikes, J. M. Folger, C. P. Goode, J. J. Grav, T. A. Groce, B. F. Hargett, G. D 
Herman, G. A. B. Holderby, J. G. W. Hol'loway, Parker Holmes, T. J. Houck, 
R. S. Howie, W. I. Hughes, T. C. Jordan, Brooks Jerome, J. C. Keever, J. W. 
Kennedv, D. A. Lewis, D. M. Litaker, J. W. Long, J. T. Mangum, T. F. 
Marr, C. L. McCain, R. L. Melton, N. M. Modlin, E. Myers, J. B. Needham, 
Z. Paris, P. E. Parker, J. A. Peeler, T. A. Plyler, A. S. Raper, J. T. Ratledge, 
W. M. Robbins, O. P. "Routh, T. J. Rogers," W. F. Sandford, R. D. Sherrill, 
W. L. Sherrill, C. M. Short, L. L. Smith, J. I. Spinks, E. P. Stabler, C. E. 
Steadman, J. T. Stover, A. R. Surratt, J. L. Teague, J. E. Thompson, S. B. 
Turrentine, J. C. Umberger, T. E. Wagg, D. P. Waters, E. K. Whidden, A. H. 
Whisner, W. A. Wilson, E. E. Yates, B. A. York.— (70). 

V. STATISTICS 

2 5. What is the number of districts, of pastoral charges, and of societies i/t 
this Conference? Districts, 9; pastoral charges, 30 3; societies, 862. 

26. What is the number of members, how many have been received this year 
on profession of faith, how many have been licensed to preach, and what is the 
number of local preachers? Members, 157,799; received on profession of faith, 
5,313; licensed, 21; local preachers, 148. 

2 7. How many infants and how many others luive been baptized during the 
year? Infants, 1,082; others, 3,45 1. 



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28. How many churches have organized local Church Boards of Christian 
Education? 492. 

29. What is the number of church schools, officers and teachers? Church 
schools, 817; officers and teachers, 10,000. 

30. What is the number of church school scholars enrolled? In the Children's 
Division, 39,324; in the Young- People's Division, 36,787; in the Adult Division, 
43,214; total enrollment, including officers and teachers, 129,225. 

3 1 . How many churches have week-day meetings with the children, and ho-w 
many have vacation schools? Churches having week-day meetings with children, 
75; churches having vacation schools, 251. 

32. What is the number of Woman's Missionary Societies, and what is the 
number of members of the same? Societies, 488; members, 18,526. 

3 3. What is the number of Wesley Brotherhoods, and of Wesley Brotherhood 
members? Brotherhoods, 1 1 ; members, 244. 

34. What is the number of members enrolled in the Fellowship of Steward- 
ship? 709. 

35. What are tli-e educational statistics? Institutions, 3; teachers, 440; students, 
6,865; value of property, $27,592,057; endowment, $34,592,913; indebtedness, 
$11,050. 

3 6. What are the orphanage statistics? Orphanages, 1 ; officers and teachers, 
47; children in orphanages, 401; money expended, $124,000; value of property, 
$1,475,000; indebtedness, none. 

3 7. What are the hospital statistics? Hospitals, 1; officers and nurses, 17; 
beds, 70; patients, 1,250; money expended, $53,962; value of property, 
$190,000; endowment, none; indebtedness, none. 

VI. FINANCES 

3 8. What has been contributed for the following causes? American Bible 
Society, $869.81; Assemblies, $567.27; Christian Education, $12,555.58; Church 
Extension, $5,445.79; Federal Council, $264.73; Board of Finance, $3,403.62; 
General Administrative Fund, $8,698.14; Lay Activities, $1,701.81; Missions, 
$34,036.20; Negro Work, $2,798.53; Theological Schools, $5,294.52; by the 
Woman's Missionary Society for local work, $78,365.00; sent to Conference 
Treasurer, $48,536.00; from the Golden Cross Enrollment, $5,019.00. 

39. What h-as been contributed for the support of the ministry? Presiding 
elders, $43,452.00; preachers in charge, $491,469.00; Conference claimants, 
$21,786.02; Superannuate Endowment Fund, $84.00. 

40. Wliat is the grand total contributed for all purposes from all sources in 
this Conference this year? $1,834,731.00 

VII. CHURCH PROPERTY 

41. What is the number of houses of worship, their value, and the amount of 
indebtedness thereon? Houses of worship, 857; value, $11,250,778.00; indebted- 
ness, $913,331.00. 

42. What is the number of parsonages, their value, and the amount of indebt- 
edness thereon? District parsonages, 10; value, $129,500; indebtedness, $27,200. 
Parsonages belonging to pastoral charges, 273; value, $1,452,430; indebtedness, 
$124,465. 



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43. What amount of insurance is carried on church property, and what amount 
Jms been paid out in premiums? Insurance carried, $5,214,139; premiums paid, 
$19,294. 

44. Ho-zv many churches and parsonages have been damaged or destroyed 
during the year, ivhat is the amount of damage, and what has been collected 
tfiereon? Churches damaged, 6 ; parsonages damaged, 3 ; amount of damage, 
$12,050; collected, $260.00. 

45. What is the number of superannuate homes, and ivhat is their value? 
Homes, 1; value, $1,500. 

VIII. MISCELLANEOUS 

46. Who is elected Conference Lay Leader? A. J. Kirby, Gastonia, N. C. 

47. Wfure shall the next session of the conference be field? First Methodist 
Church, Charlotte. 

48. Where are the preachers stationed this year? See Appointments. 



VI 
Appointments for 1938 



Names of undergraduates in Italics. 
Numerals indicate number of years on the charge. 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder M. T. Smathers 1 

Acton J- L. Reynolds 2 

Asheville — Asbury Memorial W. H. Groce 3 

Biltmore M. T. Hipps 3 

Central W. A. Stanbury 1 

Haywood Street W. G. McFarland 1 

Hillside Street F. O. Dryman 1 

Oakley E. B. Edwards 3 

West Asheville E. H. Nease .4 

Asheville Circuit A. B. Dennis — Supply 1 

Bald Creek C. M. Smith 2 

Black Mountain H. C. Sprinkle, Jr. 2 

Burnsville E. J. Harbison 1 

Candler Byron Shankle 1 

Fairview R. A. Swaringen 3 

Flat Rock R. M. Varner 2 

Fletcher-Mills River J. H. West 2 

Henderson ville G. R. Combs 2 

Hot Springs J. N. Snow 1 

Laurel A. A. Somers — Supply 3 

Leicester M. C. Reese 1 

Marshall E. M. Hoyle 2 

Micaville H. E. Bolick 4 

Saluda-Tryon M. A. Lewis 1 

Sandy P. L. Green 2 

Skyland To be supplied 

Spruce Pine T. G. Smith 4 

Swannanoa W. H. Benfield 1 

Weaverville F. C. Smathers 4 

Weaverville Circuit J. R. Duncan 1 

Associate Church School Editor O. L. Simpson 

Chaplain Oteen L. W. Colson 

Dean Emory University H. B. Trimble 

Missionary to Korea M. B. Stokes 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder G. T. Bond ^ 1 

Ansonville L. F. Strader 4 

Bethel-Bogers W. B. Thompson 3 

Charlotte — Belmont Park J. P. Hipps 1 

Big Spring E. K. McLarty, Jr 3 

Brevard Street M. Q. Tuttle 1 

Calvary T. F. Higgins 3 

Chadwick T. H. Swofford 4 



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Dilworth L. D. Thompson 1 

Duncan Memorial '■ • J. S. Folger 2 

First Church C. C. Weaver 2 

Hawthorne Lane L. B. Hayes 4 

Homestead-Pleasant Grove O. L. Brown 4 

Myers Park R. L. Ownbey 5 

Oakhurst E. O. Cole . 1 

Spencer Memorial F. W. Kiker 3 

Wesley Heights F. B. Jordan 3 

Hickory Grove J. M. Barber 1 

Lilesville N. A. Huff//ia>? 1 

Marshville J. E. McSwain 1 

Matthews G. G. Adams 2 

Monroe — Central W. R. Kelly 3 

Monroe Circuit D. B. Mullis 1 

Morven G. N. Dulin 1 

Mt. Zion H. C. Sprinkle 1 

New Hope-Bethel J. R. Warren 2 

North Monroe-Grace W. C. Dutton 2 

Peachland J. B. Fitzgerald 1 

Pineville L. P. Barnett - . . 1 

Polkton L. R. Akers, Jr. 2 

Prospect P. T. Dixon 4 

Thrift-Moores C. D. Brown 3 

Trinity J. E. Yountz 3 

Wadesboro Paul Hardin, Jr 3 

Waxhaw W. T. Albright 3 

Weddington T. J. Huggins 3 

Agent Superannuate Endowment E. O. Cole 

Missionary to Japan S. A. Stewart 

Missionary to Japan N. S. Ogburn 

GASTONIA district 

Presiding Elder C. H. Moser 3 

Belmont — Main Street C. P. Bowles 3 

Park Street E. H. Brendall 1 

Belwood R. C. Goforth 1 

Bessemer City J. O. Ervin 2 

Boger City R. L. Forbis 4 

Cherryville D. M. Nifong 2 

Cherryville Circuit G. F. Houck 2 

Cramerton C. F. Womble 4 

Crouse W. F. Eaker 1 

Dallas I. L. Roberts 1 

Gastonia — Bradley Memorial H. F. Duncan 3 

East End F. L. Setzer 4 

Main Street C. E. Rozzelle 3 

Maylo J. L. Rayle 4 

Smyre G. E. White 1 

Trinity F. H. Shinn 1 

West End J. C. Groce 1 

Kings Mountain E. W. Fox 3 

Lincolnton A. L. Stanford 3 

Lincoln Circuit W. B. Shinn 6 

Lowell C. O. Kennerly 3 



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Lowesville B. Wilson 4 

McAdenville //. E. Jones 2 

Mt. Holly R. S. Truesdale 1 

Polkville Van B. Harrison 3 

Rock Springs M. A. Osborne 3 

Shelby — Central R. M. Courtney 3 

Lafayette Street F. H. Price 5 

Shelby Circuit J. N. Wise 5 

South Fork C. A. Morrison 1 

Stanley M. E. Leftwich 2 

Missionary to Japan I. L. Shaver 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder W. W. Peele ..,..: 2 

Asheboro — First Church H. P. Powell 3 

Asheboro Circuit P. F. Snider — Supply 1 

Coleridge O. P. Ader 2 

Draper P. R. Rayle '.'. 1 

Farmer J. W. Bennett 1 

Gibsonville L. S. Furr 2 

Greensboro — Bessemer O. J. Jones 1 

Battle Ground Road .F. E. Howard 2 

Lee's Chapel-Grace A. L. Latham 1 

Carraway Memorial J. W. Fitzgerald 2 

Centenary C. S. Kirkpatrick 2 

College Place B. C. Reavis 4 

Glen wood J. W. Williams 2 

Proximity S. M. Needham 2 

West Market Street J. B. Craven 1 

West Greensboro G. A. Stamper 1 

High Point — Calvary D. V. Howell 2 

Highlands H. H. Robbins 4 

Main Street N. C. Williams 1 

Ward Street-Archdale R. C. Kirk 1 

Wesley Memorial E. H. Blackard 2 

Jamestown-Oakdale G. W. Fink 1 

Leaksville A. C. Swofford 1 

Liberty P. R. Taylor 2 

Madison R. M. Laughlin 2 

Mount Pleasant B. W. Lefler 2 

Oak Ridge W. K. Goodson 3 

Oak View J. W. Groce 1 

Pleasant Garden E. E. Snow : 1 

Ramseur-Franklinville R. M. Hauss : 2 

Randleman J . L. Stokes, II 2 

Randolph P. L. Shore 2 

Reidsville — Main Street J. H. Armbrust 1 

Reidsville Circuit T. V. Crouse • 8 

Ruffin H. R. Cornelius 1 

Spray R. T. Houts . . 1 

Stokesdale J. E. B. Houser 3 

Stoneville-Mayodan R. M. Hardee 3 

Summerfield R. P. Gibbs 2 

Trinity H. M. Robinson 2 



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Treasurer Greensboro College W. M. Curtis 

Professor Duke University P. N. Garber 

Professor Duke University G. T. Rowe 

Editor Christian Advocate A. W. Plyler 

Professor Greensboro College R. A. Smith 

Student Duke University I. S. Higgins 

Assistant to the Pastor, 

Chapel Hill Methodist Church . . . P. L. Shore, Jr. 

Student Boston University M . B. Stokes, Jr. 

Student Asbury College C. D. Stokes 

MARION DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder J. W. Moore 1 

Avery C. L. Fisher — Supply 1 

Boone P. W. Townsend 2 

Bostic C. M. McKinney 2 

Broad River V. P. Crowder 5 

Cliffside-Avondale H. E. Stimson 5 

Connelly Springs C. F. Tate 1 

Dudley Shoals-Hudson O. L. Robinson 2 

Elk Park J. D. Pyatt— Supply 1 

Forest City Fletcher Nelson 1 

Gilkey B. A. Sisk 1 

Glen Alpine M. F. Moores 3 

Grace Chapel Wilson Nesbit — Supplv 2 

Granite Falls E. P. Billups 2 

Henrietta-Caroleen Elzie Myers 2 

Lenoir — First Church J. S. Hiatt 3 

Lenoir Circuit J. W. Combs 1 

Marion — First Church P. W. Tucker 1 

Cross Mills R. J. Barnwell 5 

Marion Mills A. Burgess * 1 

Marion Circuit J. E. Hipp 4 

Mill Spring W. E. Ruf ty 2 

McDowell Circuit W. A. Kerr 3 

Morganton — First Church W. A. Newell 1 

North Forest E. C. Widenhouse 1 

Morganton Circuit J. Max Brandon 3 

Old Fort Station H. C. Byrum 4 

Old Fort Circuit M. W. Edwards : 1 

Pleasant Grove R. G. Tuttle 3 

Rutherford College J. P. Morris 2 

Rutherfordton R. B. Templeton 1 

Spindale F. J. Stough 3 

Sunshine H. D. Jessup 1 

Table Rock V. R. Masters 4 

Valdese G. F. Hood . .5 

Watauga J. W. Parker 3 

Whitnell D. A. Oakley 1 

Student Duke University /. Max Brandon, Jr. 



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SALISBURY DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder C. N. Clark 2 

Advance A. A. Lyerly 2 

Albemarle — Central G. B. Clemmer 3 

First Street J. S. Gibbs 3 

Tabernacle E. D. Ballard 1 

Albemarle Circuit G. L. Wilkinson 1 

Badin-New London W. L. Lanier 1 

China Grove R. E. Hinshaw 2 

Concord — Central E. K. McLarty 1 

Epvvorth R. L. Bass 1 

Forest Hill L. F. Tuttle 1 

Harmony R. H. Taylor A- 

Kerr Street C. E. Murray 2 

Rocky Ridge F. R. Barber 1 

Westf ord T. W. Hager 1 

Cooleemee A. A. Kyles 1 

Davie Circuit M. G. Ervin 4 

East Spencer- Yadkin E. W. Needham 2 

Farmington H. C. Freeman 4 

Gold Hill H. L. Creech, Jr 2 

Granite Quarry T. B. Huneycutt 3 

Kannapolis E. M. Jones 1 

Landis C. R. Allison 4 

Mocksville E. M. Avett 1 

Mt. Pleasant G. W. Clay 2 

Norwood Station R. L. Young 1 

Norwood Circuit R. H. Kennington 2 

Mt. Olivet J. N. Randall 1 

Pfeiffer Circuit A. J. Cox 1 

Salem M. W. Heckard 1 

Salisbury — First Ch'urch W. B. West I 

Coburn Memorial A. C. Waggoner 1 

Main Street V. O. Dutton — Supply 2 

Park Avenue E. L. Kirk A 

Rowan Webb Hager — Supply 1 

Spencer — Central W. O. Goode 1 

Woodleaf O. E. Croy 1 

Director of Aldersgate 

Commemoration VV. L. Hutchins 

Executive Secretary, 

Board of Christian Education Carl H. King 

Extension Secretary J. G. Wilkinson 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder John W. Hoyle, Jr 3 

Balls Creek J. A. Howell 2 

Bethel-Fairgrove R. E. Ward , 4 

Catawba Reid Wall 2 

Cool Springs R. E. Hunt 1 

Creston J. M. Green 1 

Davidson-Fairview R. B. Shumaker 3 

Elkin W. A. Jenkins 3 

Elkin Circuit J. P. Hornbuckle, Jr. — Supply 1 



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Elmvvood T. B. Johnson 1 

Helton R. J. Starling . 1 

Hickory — First Church J. C. Cornett 1 

Highlands-Rhodhiss H. M. Wellman 2 

Westview H. L. Powell 2 

Hiddenite C. R. Ross 1 

Jefferson G. R. Stafford 4 

Jonesville P. L. Smith 3 

Laurel Springs J. A. Fry 1 

Maiden J. G. Winkler 1 

Mooresville — Broad Street J. P. Hornbuckle 2 

Central W. A. Kale 4 

Mooresville Circuit W. Q. Grigg 2 

Moravian Falls J. C. Gentry 4 

Newton W. M. Smith 4 

North Wilkesboro A. L. Aycock 1 

Olin D. H. Rhinehart 2 

Shepherds A. G. Lackey 1 

South Iredell J. O. Cox 1 

Sparta A. B. Bruton 3 

Statesville — Broad Street A. C. Gibbs 2 

Race Street G. W. Vick 1 

Statesville Circuit J. B. Tabor 2 

Stony Point C. H. Peace 2 

Taylorsville J. W. Vestal 5 

Todd H. O. Huss 1 

Troutman J. M. Varner 1 

Warrensville J. G. Wooten — Supply 1 

West Jefferson VV. J. Huneycutt 2 

Wilkesboro A. W. Lynch 3 

Conference Missionary Secretary 

and Director of Golden Cross . . . . L. B. Abernethy 
Student Duke University J. C. Reichard 

WAYNESVILLE district 

Presiding Elder W. A. Rollins 4 

Andrews W. S. Smith 3 

Bethel T. G. Highfill 4 

Brevard J. H. Brendall, Jr 4 

Brevard Circuit J. B. Bennett — Supply 1 

Bryson City A . L. Rayle 1 

Canton D. E. Camak 4 

Clyde E. C. Price 2 

Cullowhee C. G. Heftier, Jr. 3 

Crabtree A. F. Phibbs 2 

Delwood J. C. Stokes 1 

Fines Creek C. O. Newell — Supply 1 

Franklin J. E. Abernethy 1 

Franklin Circuit H. S. Williams 1 

Hayesville W. J. Hackney 1 

Highlands W. F. Beadle 3 

Jonathan H. L. Le fevers 1 

Junaluska J. H. Carper 3 

Macon Circuit /. C. Swaim 1 



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Murphy W. A. Barber 3 

Murphy Circuit J- J- Edwards 1 

Robbinsville G. L. Lovett — Supply 2 

Sylva A. P. Ratledge 1 

Waynesville J. G. Huggin, Jr I 

Webster G. A. Hovis — Supply 2 

Whittier McRae Crawford 2 

Missionary to Brazil C. W. Clay 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder W. A. Lambeth 2 

Ararat G. B. Gwyn — Supply 6 

Danbury T. H. Houck 2 

Davidson W. L. Scott 2 

Denton W. M. Rathburn 5 

Dobson C. W. Russell 3 

Doub's C. E. Williams 3 

Forsyth C. W. Kirby 2 

Hanes R. A. Taylor 1 

Kernersville T. R. Wolfe 2 

Lewisville G. C. Graham 1 

Lexington — Erlanger G. W. Williams 2 

First Church . H. G. Allen 1 

Linwood R. F. Huneycutt 3 

Mount Airy — Central W. J. Miller I 

Rockford Street H. G. Hardin, Jr 1 

Mount Airy Circuit I. L. Sharpe 1 

Pilot Mountain C. C. Washam 3 

Reeds Byron Nifong — Supply 2 

Rural Hall W. R. Harris 2 

Sandy Ridge T. G. Williams — Supply 1 

Thomasville — Main Street . .C. M. Pickens 2 

Trinity-Bethel A. C. Kennedy 4 

Thomasville Circuit W. R. Jenkins 3 

Walkertown C. C. Herbert, Jr 1 

Walnut Cove J. O. Banks 3 

Welcome J. L. Ingram 2 

Winston-Salem — Ardmore A. C. Tippett 4 

Burkhead W. B. Davis 2 

Centenary G. Ray Jordan 5 

Wilson O. Weldon, Junior Preacher ... 2 

Central Terrace C. B. Newton 2 

Grace O. B. Mitchell 3 

Green Street J. B. McLarty 1 

Hiatt Memorial R. G. McClamrock 2 

Ogburn Memorial B. M. Crosby 4 

Yadkinville J. H. Green 1 

General Evangelist John R. Church 

TRANSFERRED: 

E. Clayton Calhoun, in the class of the second year, to the Florida Conference. 



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SUPERANNUATED : 

J. A. Baldwin, D. C. Ballard, A. R. Bell, H. K. Boyer, J. H. Bradley, J. H. 
Brendall, G. C. Brinkman, P. H. Brittain, D. F. Carver, W. S. Cherry, M. B. 
Clegg, E. N. Crowder, J. M. Downum, R. P. Fikes, J. M. Folger, C. P. Goode, 
J. J. Gray, T. A. Groce, B. F. Harg-ett, G. D. Herman, G. A. B. Holderby, 
J. G. W. Holloway, Parker Holmes, T. J. Houck, R. S. Howie, W. I. Hughes, 
T. C. Jordan, Brooks Jerome, J. C. Keever, J. W. Kennedy, D. A. Lewis, D. M. 
Litaker, J. W. Long, J. T. Mangum, T. F. Marr, C. L. McCain, R. L. Melton, 
N. M. Modlin, E. Myers, J. B. Needhain, Z. Paris, P. E. Parker, J. A. Peeler, 
T. A. Plyler, A. S. Raper, J. T. Ratledge, W. M. Robbins, O. P. Routh, T. J. 
Rogers, W. F. Sandford, R. D. Sherrill, W. L. Sherrill, C. M. Short, L. L. 
Smith, J. I. Spinks, E. P. Stabler, C. E. Steadman, J. T. Stover, A. R. Surratt, 
J. L. Teague, J. E. Thompson, S. B. Turrentine, J. C. Umberger, T. E. Wagg, 
D. P. Waters, E. K. Whidden, A. H. Whisner, W. A. Wilson, E. E. Yates, 
B. A. York.— (70). 



VII 
Appendix 



REPORT OF BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

This Board is fully conscious of its obligations and privileges in connection 
with the Aldersgate Commemoration to be observed during the coming months, 
and we pledge our unreserved support to the members of the Conference Aiders- 
gate Commission in the plans they make for the promotion of this celebration in 
the charges of our Conference. Our staff workers have been instructed to give 
much time and thought to the development of local church workers who shall 
be able, in co-operation with the pastors, to make possible the attainment of the 
goals to which the Commemoration points. 

Of the total apportionment by the Commission on Budget to this Board of 
$40,8 7 7.00, we recommend that the apportionment for local church work be 
$12,000.00, and that the apportionment for schools and colleges be $28,877.00. 



A. THE LOCAL CHURCH 

The following recommendations are made to pastors and church school work- 
ers: 

1. Children's Division 

(a) The cultivation of parents of small children through frequent visits 
in the homes by workers in the Children's Division and through emphasis upon 
the baptism of children. 

(b) Careful training of children for meaningful membership in the church. 

(c) Ministering to more unchurched children. 

2. Young People's Division 

(a) Through Young People's Unions, District Meetings, Retreats, and any 
special young people's gatherings that may be arranged, the Conference staff 
and the District Directors of Young People's Work should seek to guide young 
people in their interpretation of the Aldersgate Commemoration. 

(b) The work of the Committee on Evangelism and Church Relationships 
should be clarified and emphasized throughout the first half of the new Confer- 
ence year. 

3. Adult Division 

(a) Through adult classes and divisions a study of the history, mission, 
and message of Methodism should be made. Teachers and officers in local churches 
are especially reminded of the following texts: Watkins, Out of Aldersgate ; 
Joy, John Wesley's Awakening ; and Rowe, The Methodist Church: Its Message 
and Work. 

(b) Visitation evangelism in each adult class should be the most outstanding 
activity during the coming year. 

4. General 

(a) Give worship an adequate place in all workers' meetings. 

(b) Stronger emphasis upon church school enrollment and attendance. 

(c) The church school literature is one of the most connectional things in 
the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Every Sunday hundreds of thousands of 



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Southern Methodists contact these official periodicals. Over 31,900,000 copies of 
these periodicals reach nearly two millions of our people each year. It is highly 
important that all of our membership use their own Methodist literature rather 
than be cut off from the program of the church by the use of non-Methodist 
materials. 

The January issue of the Adult Student will be a special Aldersgate issue. 
Every issue during the next few months will undergird this emphasis. The other 
periodicals will carry stories about Methodism, outstanding articles dealing with 
Methodism's modern task. The Christian Home will carry material to help 
parents to quicken the spiritual life of the home and to help their children to 
become vital Christians. The Church School Day Program for 193 8 will have 
as its theme, "The Warm Heart." The elective courses appearing in the Adult 
Student carrying the Aldersgate emphasis are Life at Its Best, by Moreland, 
October to December, 1937; Making Disciples, by Score, January to March, 
1938; and The Spiritual Significance of Protestantism, by Watkins, April to 
June, 1938. 

5. Further Suggested Emphases 

We suggest that in the work of the young people there be considered: 

First, the possibility of two summer assemblies; one for a senior group, 
including those of the ages 15 to 18 years; and one for the young people 18 to 
24 years of age. 

Second, the advisability of electing a Conference Director of Young People's 
Work by the beginning of the Conference year 1938-1939. 

Third, the continuation and enlargement of the Christian Adventure Camp 
program as fast as equipment and leadership are available. 

Fourth, the promotion of attendance of representatives from our colleges to 
the Methodist Student Conference at St. Louis, December 28, 29, 30, 1937. 

In the work of the Adult Division we advise the provision of sub-district 
meetings of adults in which a definite program of activities will be planned for 
churches represented. 

We further urge a wider participation in the Assembly programs at Lake 
Junaluska that are provided especially for the adults, especially the Conference 
School for Christian Workers. 

We are gratified to observe that there is a quickening of interest in the 
observance of the fourth Sunday in eacli month as Missionary Day with an offer- 
ing for the Home and Foreign Missionary Enterprise. There were twelve more 
churches making the observance this year than last, and the increase in offering 
amounted to more than $1,600.00. The value of this observance and offering is 
again strongly emphasized, and every church school in the Conference that is 
not participating, is urged to do so. 

More churches observed Church School Day than last year, but the offering 
was slightly less. We consider this an important observance. It has the two-fold 
value of laying stress on the work of the church school, and of financially 
assisting our Conference Board of Christian Education. A wide observance of 
this day is urged. 

We recommend the election of the following staff: 

Rev. Carl H. King, Executive Secretary $3,200.00 

Rev. Jesse G. Wilkinson, Extension Secretary and Director of Adult 

Work 2,100.00 

Miss Elizabeth Oliver, Director of Children's Work 1,800.00 

Mrs. John F. Kirk, Office Secretary 1,200.00 

Rev. C. P. Bowies, Associate Director of Adult Work (without salary) 



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B. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 

I. Rutherford College 

We recommend that the Conference continue for a period of one year the 
appropriation of $1,140 to the Trustees of Rutherford College for the payment 
of interest on second mortgage bonds of $ 1 9,000 issued by Rutherford College, 
the said amount to be paid to the Treasurer of the Board of Trustees of Ruther- 
ford College upon the submission to the President of this Board of a complete 
audit of all financial affairs of Rutherford College, the said audit to be prepared 
by a certified public accountant. 

II. Davenport College 

Your Board had before it the following resolution passed by the Board of 
Trustees of Davenport College in session October 12, 1937: 

"Resolved, by the Board of Trustees of Davenport College in session October 
12, 1937, that this Board of Trustees respectfully petitions the Western North 
Carolina Conference at Asheville, October 20, to abandon all effort to operate 
a school at Lenoir, N. C, and to set up a Board of Trust, consisting of five 
members, with F. C. Sherrill, Chairman, to assemble all the available assets and 
to hold the same intact as a perpetual trust, the income of which endowment or 
trust fund is to be used to pay by loan or gift the expenses of young women in 
our church schools, preferably Greensboro, or Brevard. 

"It is further requested that instead of having this Board of Trustees as at 
present constituted, that five members of the present Board be named to consti- 
tute this Board of Trust." 

(Signed) F. C. SHERRILL, Chairman, 
J. W. HOYLE, Secretary. 

The report of Greensboro College contains the following statement: 

"That the Trustees of Greensboro College did resume negotiations with the 
Trustees of Davenport College as requested by the Western North Carolina Con- 
ference, but found themselves unable to comply with the condition included in 
the resolutions of the Conference requiring, 'that, should a merger be effected, 
a school for young women either of high grade preparatory or junior college 
grade be operated at the plant in Lenoir under the auspices of the Trustees of 
the institution located in Greensboro'." 

Your Board recommends, therefore : 

1. That Davenport College be closed permanently. 

2. That a Board of Trust, consisting of F. C. Sherrill, Chairman, A. G. 
Foard, F. B. Bunch, Dr. J. B. Craven, and Rev. Loy D. Thompson be constituted 
by this Conference and incorporated under the laws of North Carolina to admin- 
ister the trust funds created under the resolution, and that their successors be 
nominated by the Board of Christian Education and confirmed by the Annual 
Conference, and that all property, real and personal, now held by the Board 
of Trustees of Davenport College, be transferred to the Board of Trust herein 
created, the said Board of Trust to make an annual report to the Western North 
Carolina Conference. 

3. That this Board be authorized to sell all real estate in Lenoir, N. C, 
belonging to Davenport College, preferably to the Trustees of the Lenoir School 
District, at such a price as may appear wise to the Board of Trust herein created. 

4. That all movable assets of Davenport College be transferred to Brevard 
College with the exception of such books in the library as were contributed by 



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the City of Lenoir or the citizens thereof, these books to be turned over to the 
Board of Trustees of the Caldwell County Public Library. 

5. That the income from the trust funds created by the resolution be used 
to pay, by loan or gift, the expenses of young women in our church schools, 
preferably Brevard College; and 

We recommend further that the income from the B. N. Duke Endowment 
Fund of $50,000 be directed to Greensboro College. 

III. Brevard College 

We rejoice in the continued prosperity of Brevard College. The enrollment 
there is now equal to that of all the colleges merged into this institution. We 
most heartily endorse the campaign to increase the endowments and to expand 
the facilities of this college. 

IV. Greensboro College 

We are happy to note that Greensboro College has opened the academic year 
under the most favorable auspices, having an enrollment of 371, the largest in 
the history of the institution. Progress is being made in plans initiated by the 
Trustees and approved by the Annual Conferences for increasing the endowment 
and providing necessary additional equipment at Greensboro College. We bespeak 
the hearty co-operation of the Western North Carolina Conference and the 
Methodist public in the successful prosecution of these worthy objectives. 

V. Duke University 

This great institution of learning, under the patronage of our Conference, 
makes steady progress and constantly widens its circle of influence. More students 
are enrolled than at any period in its history. We heartily endorse efforts being 
made to increase the endowment and congratulate the institution upon the progress 
being made in carrying out plans for the Centennial celebration to be held in 19 38. 

We recommend that the sum of $1,140 be used for the payment of the 
coupons of the $19,000 second mortgage bonds of Rutherford College as they 
mature, on the conditions indicated in this report; and that other appropriations 
be made as follows: 

Pastors' School $ 400.00 

Duke University (Ivey Chair) 3,000.00 

Duke University (Religious Training) 3,000.00 

Greensboro College 6,000.00 

Brevard College 6,000.00 

E. M. Cole Trust Fund 500.00 

Sustentation Fund 1,000.00 

We recommend the confirmation of the following Trustees: 

1. Brevard College: H. A. Dunham to succeed D. D. Holt, transferred, 
term expiring in 1939; H. C. Sprinkle, R. O. Lindsay, R. T. Amos, Paul 
Hardin, Jr., James B. McLarty, Guy Weaver — terms expiring 1943. 

2. Greensboro College: Miss Annie Laurie Lowrance and T. C. Hoyle, Sr. 

3. Duke University: J. H. Barnhardt, Jas. A. Bell, R. G. Cherry, J. Ray- 
mond Smith. 

We recommend as Managers of the Pastors' School: O. V. Woosley, C. H. 
King, L. L. Gobbel, P. N. Garber. 

We recommend the following appointments: O. L. Simpson, Associate Editor, 
Church School Publications, General Board of Christian Education; H. B. 



56 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

Trimble, Professor Emory University; G. T. Rowe, P. N. Garber, Professors 
Duke University; W. M. Curtis, Treasurer Greensboro College; R. A. Smith, 
Professor Greensboro College; C. H. King, Executive Secretary, Board of 
Christian Education; J. G. Wilkinson, Extension Secretary, Board of Christian 
Education; M. B. Stokes, Jr., student at Boston University; J. S. Higgins and 
J. Max Brandon, Jr., students at Duke University. 

EDUCATION STATISTICS 

Duke University — No. of teachers last session, 3 72; enrollment last session, 
3,367; enrollment Summer School session, 2,68+; value of property, $26,787,034; 
endowment, $34,197,5 36; value loan fund, $1,606,337; value Scholarship Fund, 
Summer School, $276,653; miscellaneous special fund, $239,094. 

Greensboro College — No. of teachers last session, 39; enrollment last session, 
371; value of property, $571,947; endowment, $399,798; indebtedness, $11,050. 
Brevard College — No. of teachers last session, 29; enrollment last session, 
443; value of property, $233,076; endowment, $55,579. 

Totals — No. of teachers last session, 440; enrollment last session, 6,865; 
value of property, $29,714,141; endowment, $34,652,913. 

We recommend to the General Board of Christian Education the following 
appropriations: 

Wesley Foundation, Woman's College, Greensboro $600.00 

Weslev Foundation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 600.00 
(Signed) O. V. WOOSLEY, Chairman, 

C. C. HERBERT, JR., Secretary. 

TREASURER'S REPORT, BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 
OCTOBER 20, 1937 

Receipts 

Balance in Bank, October 16, 1936 $ 82.86 

E. O. Cole, Treasurer 29,040.78 

W. E. Hogan, Treasurer 4,267.1 1 

Certificates of Deposit cashed 5,000.00 

Three U. S. Bonds sold 3,0 1 8. 1 3 

Interest on Deposits 141.50 

Refunds: District Expense $ 24.0 5 

Council 39.00 

Junaluska 107.18 

170.2 3 

Miscellaneous 5 8.05 

Offerings for Home and Foreign Work 1 1,328.32 

Offerings for Church School Day 1,870.82 

$54,977.80 

Disbursements 

Salaries: Carl H. King $3,000.00 

J. G. Wilkinson 2,000.00 

Mrs. O. L. Hardwick 700.00 

Agnes Kirk 500.00 

Elizabeth Oliver 750.00 

$ 6,950.00 

Travel Expense 1,099.42 

Office Expense : 1,553.12 



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Honoraria 1,750.00 

Extension Work 1,285.06 

Assemblies 434.32 

Conference Schools 5 76.75 

Council Expense 1 39.00 

Library Expense 13 1 .42 

District Work 3 30.39 

Miscellaneous 55.79 

Interest on Rutherford College Bonds (G. F. Ivey) . . . . 1,140.00 

Insurance 1 5.00 

Rev. A. P. Brantley, Chapel Hill 500.00 

Idalene Gulledge, College Place Church, Salary $3 00.00 

Prog-ram 100.00 

400.00 

Pastors' School 400.00 

Greensboro College 5,40 1.7 3 

Brevard College 5,40 1 .7 3 

Chair of Religious Training, Duke University 3,000.00 

Ivey Bible Chair, Duke University 3,000.00 

Sustentation Fund — W. R. Odell 1,000.00 

First National Bank for Certificates of Deposit 2,000.00 

Wachovia Bank for Certificates of Deposit 1,5 00.00 

Four U. S. Bonds 4, 1 1 6.00 

E. M. Cole Endowment Fund 493.75 

W. E. Hog-an, Treasurer 1 1,328.32 

Balance in First National Bank 976.00 

$54,977.80 



Investments of the E. M. Cole Endowment Trust Fund: 

Baby Bonds — Face value, $675.00. Cost $ 506.25 

Morris Plan Bank, Savings Department 1,000.67 



$ 1,506.92 
Investment of the Board: 

U. S. Bond and Accrued Interest $ 1,033.31 



REPORT OF BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Today, perhaps, as never before, the religious editor is facing a golden 
opportunity. He stands on the watch-tower of Zion and his vision is unclouded. 
He can speak the truth untrammelled by evil forces. But an editor, though a 
genius, cannot make bricks without straw. He cannot inform the mind of the 
church and fashion its thinking without readers. If his voice is to be heard, his 
hearers must be gathered for him. In this connection, our pastors have an 
opportunity of rendering real service to their people. 

We are gratified to note that our church school literature is constantly being 
improved and that more and more of our churches are turning to its use. Our 
Publishing House issues literature suitable for every type of school and better 
periodicals are not to be found anywhere. 

We would earnestly urge our people to use discrimination in the selection of 
books which they read. Too often we are like the lady who, going into a market 
to order meat, exercised the utmost care in its selection, but who, upon going to 
the library to secure a book and being asked what book she wanted, replied, 
"Oh, anything to kill time. 1 ' Manv good books are available today and we 



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ought, in every possible way, to bring them to the attention of our people. We 
mention only a few, but the reading of these books will amply repay us for 
the time and money invested in them. 

1 . John Wesley's Awakening, Joy. 

2. John Wesley ', Vullemay. 

3. Spirit of Methodism, Betts. 

4. Wesley and His Century, Fitchett. 

5. John Wesley and Modern Religion, Umphrey Lee. 

The constantly increasing circulation of the Upper Room is a manifestation 
of the prevailing heart-hunger of this generation and an evidence of the fact 
that this devotional booklet is ministering effectively to the need thus created. 
Perhaps the greatest tribute paid to the Upper Room is that it "seems to fit in 
anywhere." Old and young alike are using it and thus enriching their spiritual 
life. Last year a single group of more than 300 young people used this booklet 
as a guide to daily worship in their summer assembly. 

We would again call your attention to the importance of subscribing for 
and reading the World Outlook. The editor of this periodical is doing the church 
a splendid service. He is keeping before our people the happenings of interest 
and importance in the field of missions and also in every phase of church activity. 
Beautiful in its appearance and attractive in its make-up, this magazine ought 
to appeal to the whole church, and, if given the opportunity, will do much 
toward stimulating new interest along every line. 

We are gratified over the fact that the New Methodist Hymnal has found 
such a hearty welcome. Churches are finding ways of supplying themselves with 
this great collection of hymns and by easy payment plans, the Publishing House 
is endeavoring to place the Hymnal in all the churches. 

The report of the Publishing House shows a profit of $111,7 + 8.71 for the 
past year. Of this amount the sum of $100,000.00 has been appropriated to the 
superannuate ministers. The amount coming to this Conference is $4,640.56. 

Standing, as we are, upon the threshold of the Aldersgate Commemoration, 
we would emphasize anew the importance of our Christian Advocates. Whatever 
benefits that may come to us as a result of this event, we may be assured that 
our church papers will make a large contribution to its success. For this reason, 
along with many others, we ought to make a special effort to place an Advocate 
in every home. 

The Christian Advocate has a claim on our people which ought not to be 
treated lightly. This great church paper, which is put out at much less than it 
actually costs, serves as an expression of our life and thought and as a channel 
of denominational information. Our people need this paper and will be greatly 
benefited by subscribing for and reading it. 

It is gratifying to note that the North Carolina Christian Advocate had an 
appreciable increase in its subscription list during the year. The number of our 
people, however, who are receiving the Conference organ, is still far too small. 
During the coming year the publishers will make a special effort to get new 
subscribers. Pastors and laymen can aid greatly this effort by giving to the 
Advocate the attention which it deserves. 

We recommend the election of Dr. S. B. Turrentine to succeed himself on 
the Board of Publication. 

(Signed) R. C. GOFORTH, Chairman, 
A. C. TIPPETT, Secretary. 



Western North Carolina Conference 59 

REPORT OF BOARD OF MISSIONS 

Your Board of Missions rejoices in the achievements of our Conference 
during the year just closed. We have been able both to maintain and increase 
the level of our benevolent contributions and at the same time take a front- 
line place in the successful Bishops' Crusade. With $22,300.00 subscribed and 
$21,574.00 already paid, our Conference stands second in Southern Methodism 
in both of these items. 

And, happy to tell, the best of the story is that this achievement has come 
to pass with real enthusiasm. Now we seem ready to approach humbly and 
prayerfully the second step in the Bishops' Crusade, the Aldersgate Commemora- 
tion. We welcome and commend this opportunity to engage together with uni- 
versal Methodism in seeking an Aldersgate heart-warming experience for our- 
selves and our generation. In this we hope to find strength to combat and turn 
back the tide of spiritual lethargy that grows out of wars past and strengthens 
itself on wars present and to come, on social unrighteousness, on economic and 
industrial injustice, and on the age-old spirit of selfishness. 

To this end we enthusiastically enter into the plans of our church for the 
Aldersgate Commemoration to be held in Savannah, Georgia, January 1 1-14, and 
recommend that every phase of the plans be studied and observed in spirit, and 
so far as is possible, in fact. 

1. That as many of our people as possible attend the Commemoration in 
Savannah. 

2. That the District Institutes be emphasized and made real means of 
information, training, and discussion that will enable the whole of the local 
churches the better to take active inspirational part in the work. The following 
are the dates and places for holding these District Institutes, together with the 
names of the District Secretaries: 

Waynesville — January 18, at Waynesville W. A. Barber, Secretary 

Asheville — January 19, at Central, Asheville E. H. Nease, Secretary 

Marion — January 20, at Morganton P. W. Townsend, Secretary 

Statesville — January 2 1, at Taylorsville G. R. Stafford, Secretary 

Winston-Salem — January 24, at Centenary, W. -Salem . . J. B. McLarty, Secretary 
Greensboro — January 2 5, at West Market, Greensboro H. P. Powell, Secretary 

Salisbury — January 2 6, at First Church, Salisbury E. M. Jones, Secretary 

Charlotte — January 2 7, at First Church, Charlotte, E. K. McLarty, Jr., Secretary 
Gastonia — January 2 8, at Main Street, Gastonia H. F. Duncan, Secretary 

3. That we commend the appointment of District Missionary Secretaries 
and pledge them our support. 

We make the following nominations: 

For Conference Missionary Secretary — L. B. Abernethy. 

For membership on the General Board of Missions: Clerical, C. C. Weaver} 
Lay, R. O. Lindsay. 

For Director of Golden Cross — L. B. Abernethy. 

Also for Joint Commission with the Board of Christian Education to con- 
sider Church School Extension and Rural Church Work as called for in para- 
graph 443 of the discipline: Mrs. Geo. A. Hoyle, Rev. A. C. Gibbs. 

We wisli to include also the report of the Duke Fund Commission and the 
Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital. 



60 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

report of duke fund commission 

Contributions from the Duke Endowment to the North Carolina and Western 
North Carolina Conferences, November 1, 193 6, through September 30, 1937: 

Church Bui/ding Fund: 

Number of appropriations 3 8 

Amount appropriated $43,660.00 

Church Maintenance Fund: 

Number of appropriations 153 

Amount appropriated $41,900.00 

Superannuate Fund: 

Number of appropriations 271 

Amount appropriated $19,000.00 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, President. 

In this connection your Board desires to express appreciation for the excellent 
work that is being done in Rural Church Projects by means of these appropria- 
tions. 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE HUGH CHATHAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
ELKIN, NORTH CAROLINA 

Patients admitted during the year 1,231 

Number of days of care ' 10,131 

Charity patients 480 

Number of days of care — charity patients 5,200 

Collected on operating expenses $ 5 3,962.64 

Addition to hospital, cash and subscriptions 46,000.00 

Total valuation of present plant 190,000.00 

We recommend the election of the following Trustees for a term of three 
years: R. A. Doughton, R. P. Hanes, Dr. J. L. Doughton, Dr. E. G. Click, 
Dr. C. C. Weaver. 

(Signed) L. B. ABERNETHY, President of the Board, 
MASON LILLARD, Secretary and Treasurer. 

We desire to acknowledge with appreciation the liberality of the donors who 
make possible this service to many of our people who may in this way have the 
blessings of hospital service. 

APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1937-1938 
Asheville District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Asheville Circuit $ 200 

Bald Creek 300 

Burnsville 300 

Fairview Circuit 200 

Hot Springs 300 

Marshall 200 

Micaville 200 

Oakley 3 00 

Saluda-Tryon 200 

Spruce Pine 200 

Weaverville Circuit 200 

Total $2,600 $2,600 



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Charlotte District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Ansonville $ 100 

Big Spring 300 

Duncan Memorial 100 

Monroe Circuit 200 

North Monroe-Grace 300 

Oakhurst 600 

Weddington 200 

Total $1,800 $1,800 

Gastonia Districr 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Belmont — Park Street $ 300 

Cherryville Circuit 200 

East Gastonia 100 

Lincoln Circuit 300 

McAdenville 300 

Maylo 150 

Stanley 200 

Trinity 150 

Total $1,700 $1,700 

Greensboro District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Gibsonville $ 100 

Lee's Chapel-Grace 150 

Oak Ridge 150 

Oakview 300 

Randolph Circuit 300 

Ruffin 200 

Trinity 90 

Total $1,290 $1,290 

Marion District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Cross Mills $175 

Dudley Shoals $ 150 

Gilkey 100 

Lenoir Circuit 100 

Marion Circuit 200 

Mill Spring 300 

North Forest 5 25 

Old Fort Station 200 

Old Fort Circuit $ 5 00 

Rutherford College 250 

Sunshine 250 

Table Rock 125 

Valdese 200 



Total $2,025 $ 500 $ 550 $3,075 



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Salisbury District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Gold Hill $150 

Landis $ 2 50 

Norwood Circuit 2 50 

Rocky Ridge 350 

Tabernacle 5 50 

Total $1,050 $ 500 $1,550 



Statesville District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Balls Creek $ 100 

Bethel-Fairgrove 200 

Mooresville — Broad Street $ 200 

Creston 175 

Elkin Circuit 300 

Elm wood 150 

Helton 225 

Jefferson 300 $ 1 00 

Jonesville ■. . 50 350 

Laurel Springs 350 

Moravian Falls 200 

Olin 300 

Shepherds 100 

Sparta 200 

Todd 250 

Warrensville 100 

West Jefferson 300 



Total $1,800 $ 100 $2,050 $3,950 



Waynesville District 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Bethel $ 3 50 

Brevard Circuit $ 400 

Bryson City 100 

Crabtree 200 

Delwood 200 

Franklin Circuit 200 

Hayesville 250 

Highlands 250 

Jonathan 3 00 

Macon Circuit 300 

Murphy Circuit 150 * 400 

Robbinsville 150 

Whittier 200 

Total $1,550 $1,900 $3,450 



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63 



Winston-Salem District 

Regular Conditional 

Ararat $ 150 

Danbury 150 

Dobson 100 

Erlanger 75 

Hiatt-Sedge Garden 100 

Mount Airy — Rockford Street 400 

Trinity-Bethel 100 

Total $1,075 



Duke 



Total 



$1,075 



Specials 

Regular Conditional Duke Total 

Boone $ 600 

Cullowhee 600 

Oteen 600 

Duke Summer School 250 

Davidson 350 

Conference Missionary Secretary 1,200 

Cullowhee Debt ..." 1,250 

Carraway Memorial Debt 1,000 

College Place Debt 800 

Total $6,650 $6,650 

(Signed) C. C. WEAVER, Chairman, 
J. D. RANKIN, Secretary. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

It is gratifying to note the liquidation of many old debts and the manner 
in which new projects have been promoted. In view of the Aldersgate Com- 
memoration this Board hopes for a revival of church building in the many 
neglected areas within our bounds, and in order for this Board to assist in these 
new enterprises we wish to make the following recommendations: 

1. That each local congregation provide funds sufficient for the upkeep of 
their present buildings. 

2. That the stronger churches co-operate in giving aid to needy projects in 
their localities. 

3. That more consideration be given to the matter of providing adequate 
and comfortable homes for our ministers. 

4. That ample insurance be carried on all church property. 

Owing to the fact that funds coming into the hands of your Board of Church 
Extension is very limited, we have not been able to assist all worthy projects. 
However, your Executive Committee and Board have carefully considered all 
applications presented, and wish to report the following: 

Churches: Bright Hope — Laurel $ 75.00 (conditional) 

Bond's Grove — Weddington 25.00 (conditional) 

Zion — South Fork 200.00 (conditional) 

Dallas 200.00 (conditional) 

Asbury — Boger City 125.00 (conditional) 



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Oak Ridge 300.00 

Farmer 250.00 (conditional) 

Hopewell — Todd Circuit 1 50.00 

Lansing 300.00 

Stony Point 75.00 

Robbinsville 150.00 

Tusquittee 100.00 (conditional) 

Cashiers 100.00 

Love's Chapel — Webster Charge 50.00 (conditional) 

Maple Grove — Delwood 400.00 

Reeds 250.00 (conditional) 

Parsonages: Duncan Memorial 150.00 (conditional) 

Pleasant Grove 300.00 (conditional) 

West Jefferson 500.00 

Mooresville Circuit 300.00 (conditional) 

The following application has been referred to the General Board: Reeds. 

(Signed) J. A. JONES, Chairman, 

G. B. HOWARD, Secretary. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF FINANCE 

Your Board of Finance had an increase in total resources this year. This 
makes it possible to give some increase in payments in most cases. There are 
sixty-nine men, eighty women, and one child receiving support from this Board. 

Rev. C. S. Kirkpatrick has been appointed to represent the Superannuate 
Endowment Fund in the Conference. He is requested to make plans to secure 
payment of pledges that may be in force some time in the spring. Rev. E. O. 
Cole is appointed to act as agent to secure homes for superannuated preachers. 
He is to serve without salary. 

AMOUNTS ALLOTTED TO CLAIMANTS 

Name Address Amount 

Baldwin, J. A., Ansonville, N. C $222.00 

Ballard, D. C, Newton, N. C 271.00 

Bell, A. R., Rfd 5, Reidsville, N. C 312.00 

Boyer, H. K., Derita, N. C 320.00 

Bradlev, J. H., Stony Point, N. C 361.00 

Brendall, J. H., Rfd" 3, Greensboro, N. C 424.00 

Brinkman, G. C, Brevard, N. C 208.00 

Brittain, P. H., Rfd 2, Hickory, N. C 276.00 

Carver, D. F., McAdenville, N. C 429.00 

Cherry, W. S., Newton, N. C. 352.00 

Crowder, E. N., Rutherfordton, N. C 343.00 

Clegg, M. B., Box 714, Asheville, N. C 348.00 

Downum, J. M., Boone, N. C 300.00 

Fikes, R. P., Rfd 2, Charlotte 271.00 

Folger, J. M., Rfd 2, Mt. Airy, N. C 172.00 

Goode, C. P., Summerfield, N. C 307.00 



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Name Address Amount 

Gray, J. J., Angier, N. C 208.00 

Groce, T. A., Candler, N. C. 355.00 

Hargett, B. F., 711 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C 278.00 

Herman, G. D., 5 8 Oakley Road, Biltmore 424.00 

Holloway, J. G. W., Granite Falls, N. C 292.00 

Holmes, Parker, Forest City, N. C 41 5.00 

Houck, T. J., Rfd 1 , Todd, N. C 32 1 .00 

Howie, R. S., Thomasville, N. C. 361.00 

Holderby, G. A. B., 46 West St., Asheville, N. C 240.00 

Hughes,' W. I., Rutherford College, N. C 390.00 

Jerome, Brooks, Stanfield, N. C 50.00 

Jordan, T. C, 215 South French Broad, Asheville, N. C 405.00 

Keever, J. C, Stonv Point, N. C. 323.00 

Kennedy, J. W., Rfd 5, Durham, N. C 305.00 

Lewis, D. A., Old Fort, N. C 268.00 

Litaker, D. M., 108 Law Building, Charlotte, N. C. 282.00 

Long, J. W., Greensboro, N. C 2 72.00 

Marr, T. F., Brevard, N. C 410.00 

McCain, C. L., Greer, S. C. 287.00 

Modlin, N. M., 512 North Flint St., Lincolnton, N. C 290.00 

Melton, R. L., Hamptonville, N. C 260.00 

Mangum, J. T., Rfd 2, Selma, Ala 284.00 

Myers, E., Lenoir, N. C 355.00 

Needham, J. B., Wheatland, California 338.00 

Paris, Z., Lake Junaluska, N. C. 252.00 

Parker, P. E., Thomasville, N. C 361.00 

Peeler, L A., Hickory, N. C 370.00 

Plyler, T. A., Indian" Trail, N. C 265.00 

Robbins, W. M., Lake Junaluska, N. C 267.00 

Raper, A. S., Welcome, N. C 341.00 

Ratledge, J. T., Madison, N. C 296.00 

Routh, O. P., Rfd 2, East Bend, N. C 274.00 

Rogers, T. J., Rfd 3, Greensboro, N. C 397.00 

Sandford, W. F., 8 Chiles Ave., Kenilworth, Asheville, N. C 3 5 2.00 

Sherrill, R. D., 908 Berkley Ave., Charlotte, N. C 3 39.00 

Sherrill, W. L., 122 South Tryon St., Charlotte, N. C 392.00 

Short, C. M., Rfd 2, Charlotte, N. C 230.00 

Smith, L. L., Hickory, N. C 366.00 

Spinks, J. I., Connelly Springs, N. C 312.00 

Stabler, E. P., Bessemer City, N. C 301.00 

Steadman, C. E., Rfd 1, Murphy, N. C 305.00 

Stover, J. T., Rutherford College, N. C 406.00 

Surratt, A. R., 215 West Ninth St., Charlotte, N. C 2 34.00 

Teague, J. L., Rfd 2, Franklin, N. C 307.00 



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Name Address Amount 

Thompson, J. E., Shelby, N. C 428.00 

Turrentine, S. B., North Spring St., Greensboro, N. C. 2 82.00 

Umberger, J. C, Mt. Ulla, N. C 260.00 

Wagg, T. E., Rfd 2, Connelly Springs, N. C 3 61.00 

Waters, D. P., Mooresville, N. C 275.00 

Whidden, E. K., Dellwood, N. C 226.00 

Whisner, A. H., Harbor Drive, Venice, Fla 50.00 

Yates, E. E., Stony Point, N. C 276.00 

York, B. A., Box 132, Cherryville, N. C 307.00 



$21,161.00 
WIDOWS 

Abernethy, Mrs. A. S., 12 16 Broad St., Durham, N. C $115.00 

Abernethy, Mrs. R. S., Rutherford College, N. C. 140.00 

Atkins, Mrs. H. L., Bandera, Texas 140.00 

Barnhardt, Mrs. Z. E., Rfd 2, Connelly Springs, N. C 218.00 

Biles, Mrs. W. M., 1031 South Main St., Winston-Salem 130.00 

Boring, Mrs. W. M., Crouse, N. C 263.00 

Bowles, Mrs. J. A., 410 South Mendenhall St., Greensboro, N. C 240.00 

Brady, Mrs. R. K., 606 Summit Ave., Greensboro, N. C. 256.00 

Brooks, Mrs. J. J., Dayton, Tennessee 122.00 

Brown, Mrs. D." W., Raeford, N. C 40.00 

Burrus, Mrs. A. J., Rutherford College, N. C. 295.00 

Byrd, Mrs. C. W., 158 South Liberty, Asheville, N. C 295.00 

Campbell, Mrs. C. M., 1629 Tenth Ave., Hickory, N. C 266.00 

Canipe, Mrs. C. R., 1327 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte, N. C 201.00 

Carpenter, Mrs. C. M., Candler, N. C 195.00 

Christenberry, Mrs. Fannie, Randleman, N. C 195.00 

Cordell, Mrs. L. T., Rfd 2, Asheville, N. C 263.00 

Davis, Mrs. J. P., Rfd 3, Lincolnton, N. C 238.00 

•Dargan, Mrs. M. W., Black Mountain, N. C. 186.00 

Dawson, Mrs. W. L., East Guilford St., Thomasville, N. C 240.00 

Durham, Mrs. P. T., 1 136 West Ave., Richmond, Va 154.00 

Eads, Mrs. J. J., 213 South Main St., Mt. Airy, N. C 210.00 

Farrington, Mrs. J. A. J., Thomasville, N. C 1 54.00 

Fincher, Mrs. B. F., Rfd 7, Charlotte, N. C 168.00 

Fortenberry, Mrs. O. C, Rfd 3, Lincolnton, N. C 22 7.00 

Gay, Mrs. J. E., 620 North Elm St., Greensboro, N. C 208.00 

Griffith, Mrs. L. H., Rfd 1, Wingate, N. C * 219.00 

, Hales, Mrs. W. S., 1612 High St., Charlotte, N. C. 2 69.00 

Hardin, Mrs. E. K., 322 Stuart Ave., Rock Hill, S. C 47.00 

.Hardin, Mrs. H. G., Lake Junaluska, N. C 224.00 

Hardison, Mrs. M. E., Rfd 1, Black Mountain, N. C 225.00 

Hauss. Mrs. W. E., China Grove, N. C 228.00 



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Name Address Amount 

Higgins, Mrs. S. S., Rfd 1, Guilford College, N. C 191.00 

Hoyle, Mrs. M. H., 205 South Myers St., Charlotte, N. C 238.00 

Hornbuckle, Mrs. William, Rfd 1, Whittier, N. C 150.00 

Ingle, Mrs. J. W., Shelby, N. C 2 1 5.00 

Kirk, Mrs. J. F., Box 828, Salisbury, N. C 58.00 

Leith, Mrs. W. H., Hotel Arnold, Knoxville, Tenn 1 12.00 

Loftin, Mrs. A. G., 307 Tate St., Greensboro, N. C 215.00 

Marr, Mrs. J. A., 2 Dale Ave., West Asheville, N. C 105.00 

McGhee, Mrs. W. P., 8 7 Avondale Ave., Asheville, N. C 205.00 

Mock, Mrs. J. C, Welcome, N. C 208.00 

Mock, Mrs. R. F., Brevard College, Brevard, N. C 143.00 

Poe, Mrs. E. J., 312 Kern St., Thomasville, N. C 245.00 

Poovey, Mrs. W. E., 811 Montlieu Ave., High Point, N. C 172.00 

Price, Mrs. J. M., 1233 South Main St., High Point, N. C 221.00 

Proffitt, Mrs. D. R., 803 North Eugene St., Greensboro, N. C 190.00 

Rexford, Mrs. W. L., 313 North Seventh St., Wilmington, N. C 18 8.00 

Richardson, Mrs. D. S., Rutherford College, N. C 228.00 

Richardson, Mrs. J. C, Connelly Springs, N. C 205.00 

Richardson, Mrs. N. R., 715 Wiley St., Salisbury, N. C 220.00 

Richardson, Mrs. S. E., 136 Park Circle, Winston-Salem, N. C 230.00 

Robertson, Mrs. J. H., Rfd 2, Winston-Salem, N. C 164.00 

Rodgers, Mrs. J. P., 1013 South Fulton St., Salisbury, N. C 285.00 

Rudisill, Mrs. W. O., General Delivery, El Paso, Texas 35.00 

Salyer, Mrs. T T, Rfd 2, Norwood, N. C 187.00 

Shelley, Mrs. J. O., 33 Pinckney St., Abbeville, S. C 198.00 

Shelton, Mrs. R. B., 646 North Larchmont, Los Angeles, California . . 176.00 

Sherrill, Mrs. Albert, 415 North Cedar St., Greensboro, N. C 227.00 

Sherrill, Mrs. C. F., Shelby, N. C 220.00 

Siler, Mrs. Frank, Lake Junaluska, N. C 190.00 

Sronce, Mrs. J. A., 1224 Highland Ave., Hendersonville, N. C 175.00 

Stacy, Mrs. L. E., Fallston, N. C 105.00 

Stamey, Mrs. H. G., Rfd 1, Belwood, N. C 186.00 

Tabor, Mrs. J. B., Statesville, N. C 280.00 

Taylor, Mrs. R. M., 1226 N. Carolina Ave., N. E., Washington, D. C. . 215.00 

Taylor, Mrs. Seymour, Derita, N. C 2 14.00 

Terrell, Mrs. P. L., Rfd 2, Connelly Springs, N. C 100.00 

Townsend, Mrs. F. L., 305 College Ave., Lenoir, N. C 225.00 

Turner, Mrs. Harold, '69 Charlotte St., Asheville, N. C 244.00 

Tuttle, Mrs. M. H., Rfd 3, Lenoir, N. C. 215.00 

Usry, Mrs. W. T, 109 W. Calhoun St., Sumter, S. C 219.00 

Vesta], Mrs. M. H., Yadkinville, N. C 190.00 

Ware, Mrs. W. R., 515 West Gaston St., Greensboro, N. C 286.00 

Welch, Mrs. E. R., 103 Aston Aprs., Asheville, N. C 178.00 

Womack, Mrs. J. E., Bryson City, N. C 249.00 



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Woosley, Mrs. J. E., 901 Johnson St., High Point, N. C. 274.00 

Woosley, Mrs. M. B., Granite Falls, N. C. 275.00 

Williamson, Mrs. E. E., 946 East Hawthorne Road, Winston-Salem, N. C. 205.00 

Willis, Mrs. W. H 263.00 

R. L. C. Gibson for Rev. J. D. Gibson's child, Box 5 5 3, Marion, N. C. 100.00 



$15,989.00 



The Treasurer submits the following- report: 

Balance brought forward $ 667.76 

Publishing House (amount) 4,640.5 6 

Board of Finance (amount) 2,869.50 

Conference Endowment (amount) 6,802.96 

Conference Treasurer (amount) 21,787.40 

Board of Trustees (amount) 800.00 



Total receipts $37,568.18 

Distributed to Claimants 37,150.00 



Balance on hand $ 414.1: 

(Signed) W. C. HOUSTON, Chairman, 
F. C. BOYLES, Treasurer, 
JOS. H. ARMBRUST, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

We recommend: 

1. That the apportionment for the Children's Home remain at an amount 
equal to ten per cent (l0%) of the pastor's salary for the current year and that 
the fifth Sunday offerings of all our church schools be continued as a free-will 
offering to the Home. 

2. That the General and Conference Work total $23 1,196.00. 

3. That $9,500 net be deducted from this total before division, for Confer- 
ence expense. 

4. That our apportionments be divided as follows: 

General Work $108,574.00 .4800 

Conference Work 1 17,622.00 .5200 

Total $226,196.00 1.0000 

Conf. and 

District Average GenH. Work 

Asheville 0947 $21,900.00 

Charlotte 1341 31,000.00 

Gastonia 1 122 25,940.00 

Greensboro 1484' 34,325.00 

Marion 0930 2 1,500.00 

Salisbury 1125 26,000.00 

Statesville ...'.: .1090 25,200.00 

Waynesville 0555 12,83 1.00 

Winston-Salem 1406 32,500.00 

Total 1.0000 $231,196.00 



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ANNUAL CONFERENCE BOARDS 

Christian Education 355+ $41,800.00 

Church Extension 0716 8,420.00 

Conference Claimants 2669 31,400.00 

Conference Missions 2797 32,902.00 

Lay Activities 0085 1,000.00 

Wesley Foundation Commission 0179 2,100.00 

Total 1.0000 $117,622.00 

(Signed) H. C. SPRINKLE, Chairman, 

JAMES E. LAMBETH, Secretary. 



REPORT OF CONFERENCE TREASURER 

Year Amount Per Cent 

Total Apportionments 1936-1937 $231,196.00 1.0000 

Total Acceptances 1936-1937 163,843.50 .7087 

Total Collections (This Year) 1936-1937 162,574.99 .7032 

Total Collections (Last Year) 1935-1936 160,905.00 .6960 

Increase in Collections 1936-1937 1,669.99 .0104 

Comparison of Collections with Apportionments by Districts, 1936-1937 

District A pfortionment Collections Per Cent 

Asheville $21,900.00 $13,525.00 .6176 

Charlotte 31,000.00 26,498.00 .8515 

Gastonia 25,940.00 19,341.05 .7456 

Greensboro 34,325.00 27,518.19 .8017 

Marion 21,500.00 12,404.17 .5769 

Salisbury 26,000.00 18,773.00 .7220 

Statesville 25,200.00 15,737.25 .6245 

Waynesville 12,831.00 6,760.03 .5269 

Winston-Salem 32,500.00 22,017.80 .6775 

Totals $231,196.00 $162,574.99 .7032 

Collection Apportionment 

Total Collections $162,574.99 

Less Deduction for Conference Expense 5,000.00 

Balance 157,574.99 

Less — General Conference 48% 75,636.00 

Balance — Annual Conference 52% $ 81,938.99 

Other Deductions: 

Commission on Indebtedness $100.00 

Waynesville District Supplement 177.00 

1934 Bal. due on Post-dated Check — Spencer, Central . . 35.85 

312.85 



Balance Available for Distribution for Annual Conference Work $ 81,626.14 



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Distribution of Collections for Year 1936-1937 

General Conference Amount Per Cent 

Administrative Fund $ 8,698.14 .1150 

American Bible Society 869.81 .0115 

Assemblies 567.27 .0075 

Board of Church Extension 5,445.79 .0720 

Board of Christian Education 12,555.58 .1660 

Federal Council of Churches 264.73 .0035 

Board of Finance 3,403.62 .0450 

Board of Lay Activities 1,701.81 .0225 

Board of Missions 34,036.20 .4500 

Negro Work 2,798.53 .0370 

Theological Schools 5,294.52 .0700 



Totals (Sheet l) $75,636.00 1.0000 

Annual Conference Amount Per Cent 

Board of Christian Education $29,009.93 .3554 

Board of Church Extension 5,844.43 .0716 

Conference Claimants 21,786.02 .2669 

Conference Missions ' 22,830.83 .2797 

Lay Activities 693.82 .0085 

Wesley Foundation Commission 1,461.1 1 .0179 



Total (Sheet l) $81,626.14 1.0000 

Comparison of Collections with Amounts Accepted, Year 1936-1937 

Amount Over or 

District Accented. Collections (Under) 

Asheville $ 13,525.00 $ 13,525.00 

Charlotte 26,497.00 26,498.00 1.50 

Gastonia 19,450.00 19,341.05 (108.95) 

Greensboro 27,802.00 27,518.09 (283.91) 

Marion 12,079.00 12,404.17 325.17 

Salisbury 18,773.00 18,773.00 

Statesville 16,322.50 15,737.25 (585.25) 

Waynesville 6,733.00 6,760.03 27.03 

Winston-Salem 22,662.00 22, 017. SO (644.20) 

Totals $163,843.50 $162,574.99 $(l, 268.51) 

(Signed) E. O. COLE, Conference Treasurer. 
Attest: HARRY C. NORTHROP, C.P. A. 



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RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, 1936-1937 
Receipts 

Total Receipts for General and Annual Conferences 

(see above) $162,5 74.99 

Less 1934 Balances Due on Post-dated Check, Spencer, 

Central 35.85 

$162,539.14 

Certificates of Deposit Cashed 28,500.00 

Conference Expenses (see below) 5,393.73 

Less Appropriation Included in Annual Conference 

Receipts Above 5,000.00 

393.73 

Miscellaneous Receipts: 

Golden Cross 165.17 

Children's Home 1,222.8 1 

District Work 66.5 8 

Other Receipts 90.5 5 

1,545.11 

Total Receipts $192,97 7.98 

Disbursements 

Paid to General Conference $ 75,636.00 

Paid for Annual Conference Purposes 86,903.14 



Total Payments for General and Annual Conferences (see above) 162,539.14 

Certificates of Deposit Purchased 28,500.00 

Conference Expenses (see below) $ 5,182.10 

Less Conference Appropriation Included in Annual 

Conference Disbursements Above 5,000.00 

182.10 

Miscellaneous Disbursements (see Miscellaneous Receipts above) 1,545.1! 



Total Disbursements $192,766.35 

Cash on Hand and in Banks: 

Charlotte National Bank, Charlotte, N. C. $ 61.72 

Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. 25.14 

Wachovia Bank & Trust Co., Asheville, N. C. . . 24.77 

Rev. W. A. Kerr — Check 1 00.00 

211.63 

Total $192,977.98 

CONFERENCE EXPENSE ACCOUNT, 1936-1937 
Receipts 

Brought Forward $ 87.61 

Waynesville District Supplement Refund 20.00 

Distribution 5,000.00 

Interest on Certificates of Deposit 2 86.12 

Total Receipts $5,393.73 



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Disbursements 

Meal Tickets $2,147.93 

Conference Incidentals 443.52 

Other Incidentals 126.29 

Secretary's Office : 

Salary 250.00 

Expense 12 7.54 

Treasurer's Office : 

Salary 500.00 

Expense 3 8.44 

Printing Minutes 1,513.38 

Refunds 35.00 



Total Disbursements $5,182.10 

Balance on Hand (see above) $ 211 .63 

I hereby certify that I have examined the financial books and records of the 
Rev. E. O. Cole, Conference Treasurer, for the Conference year, 1936-1937, and 
that the foregoing statements set forth the true facts relative to the Conference 
financial transactions for the Conference year, 193 6-193 7, and are in accordance 
with said books and records. 

(Signed) HARRY C. NORTHROP, C. P. A. 



REPORT OF CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

We quote from the Auditor's Report of the Conference holdings, the follow- 
ing excerpt: 

"All items of cash due the Conference were traced from source into the 
Conference records and properly accounted for. 

"Disbursements over the period were scrutinized and found in order. 

"There is shown on Schedule I an amount of $2,047.82 representing avail- 
able cash on deposit with Wachovia Bank & Trust Company, High Point, North 
Carolina, and a restricted balance of $67 8.65 in closed bank, the Page Trust 
Company, Ramseur, North Carolina. 

"Schedules 2, 3, 4, and 5 in the audit show in detail cash receipts and dis- 
bursements for the period by funds, summarized as follows in total and by funds: 

"All Funds: 

"Balance, October 15, 1936 $13,423.69 

"Add — Receipts 2,687.75 

$16,1 11.44 
"Less — Disbursements 14,063.62 

"Balance, September 30, 1937 $2,047.82" 

For the benefit of all persons who may be interested in the details of the 
year's business we refer them to the Auditor's Report, a copy of which is on 
file in the safety vault of the Advocate building, Greensboro, N. C. 

The Trustees, in their annual meeting in Asheville during the session of the 
Conference, went carefully into all matters that required their attention and 
found their holdings in real estate and first mortgage bonds upon a sound basis 
and yielding as much income as can be expected under present conditions. 

On motion of C. C. Weaver, and seconded by C. M. Pickens, $800.00 was 
paid the Board of Finance for the superannuates of the Western North Carolina 
Conference. (Signed) J. B. IVEY, Chairman, 

A. W. PLYLER, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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REPORT OF TREASURER OF SUPERANNUATE 
ENDOWMENT FUND 



Receipts 
Oct. 1, 1936: 

Balance on Hand $ 2,621.93 

Received from Interest 4,695.55 

Received from Rent 4,009.30 

Received from E. C. Griffith Co. (to be held in suspense) 1,716.84 

Received from Retirement of N. C. Bank 1,000.00 

Loans collected during vear 38,525.00 



$52,568.62 



Disbursements 

New Loans Made During Year $45,300.00 

McAlister Carson Insurance Agency — Fire Insurance and Treasurer's 

Bond 410.57 

Check for Net Income 6,802.96 

Gross Income $8,704.85 

Less Insurance $410.57 

]/i of \% to Reserve 391.32 

Reserve for Contingencies 1,100.00 

1,901.89 



Sept. 1, 1937: 

Cash on Deposit 5 5.09 



$52,568.62 



Investments 

Principal Cash on Hand $ 5 5.09 

Building and Loan Shares 200.00 

Sundry Notes 140.00 

Real Estate $57,293.40 

Less Reserves 2,491.32 

54, 802. OS 

132,643.14 



First Mortgage Notes 1 34,359.98 

Less Amount Held in Suspense 1,7 16.84 



$187,840.31 



Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. H. LITTLE, Treasurer. 

We have examined the records of the Superannuate Endowment Fund and 
hereby certify to the correctness of the above report. 

(Signed) J. L. HOYLE & COMPANY, 
By J. L. Hoyle, C. P. A. 



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REPORT OF BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

Your Board of Lay Activities notes, with a degree of satisfaction, progress 
in the material and financial phases of the work of the church in the Western 
North Carolina Conference. New churches and parsonages have been built. Old 
debts have been liquidated. There are evidences of new hopefulness and, here 
and there, a disposition to accept more of the askings for General and Conference 
work. 

STEWARDSHIP AND FINANCE 

We do not feel, however, that the improvement in the economic life of our 
country has been adequately reflected in increased giving. It is urgent, therefore, 
that sentiment should be aroused and our people led to a proper appreciation and 
practice of Christian stewardship. We recommend that all our churches should 
hold out before themselves, as the ultimate goal, the acceptance and payment of 
100% of the askings. To this end we suggest: 

1 . A strong program of information and inspiration for each first Quarterly 
Conference before the vote is taken on the acceptance of askings. 

2. Co-operation of presiding elders, pastors, and lay leaders in the methods 
now available for institutes, study classes, and other programs for the training 
of laymen in principles and practices of stewardship. 

3. The use of leaflets, books, and other literature on the subject of steward- 
ship and finance. 

We suggest furthermore: 

1. The goal of one-half of the benevolences by the session of the District 
Conference for 1937-1938. 

2. A goal of benevolences paid in full one month before the session of the 
Annual Conference. 

3. Adequate support of the ministry. 

4. The opportunity which laymen have of aiding the families of deceased 
ministers by joining in the Conference Brotherhood. 

LAYMEN'S DAY 

We recommend the observance of Laymen's Day on the second Sunday in 
June, or as near thereto as practicable, and that the program of the General 
Board of Lay Activities, "Why Go To Church?" be used as a basis of the pro- 
gram for the day. We suggest that laymen be used as speakers on this occasion 
and on other occasions as opportunity and need may arise. 

OUR CHURCH PAPER 

We recommend the North Carolina Christian Advocate as a powerful and 
indispensable influence in the educational, social, moral and religious life of the 
state, and urge that earnest efforts be made to place our church paper in the home 
of every official member of the church and, in so far as possible, in every Meth- 
odist home in the Conference. 

EVANGELISM 

We are encouraged by the evidences of renewed efforts in evangelism. We 
urge that laymen seek to employ continuously all available means of grace to 
the end that each may ever grow more Christ-like in his own inner life and 
seek to have a definite part in carrying out the Great Commission "to make 



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disciples of all men." We suggest co-operation with the pastor, the church school, 
and other agencies in their evangelistic programs, and in all the plans for the 
proper celebration of the Aldersgate Commemoration. 

ECONOMIC JUSTICE 

We state again the conviction that it is not enough merely to ameliorate the 
suffering of the poor and the unfortunate. There is the need of removing the 
causes of human suffering. We propose that the time has come when intelligent 
effort should be made to prevent degrading poverty and unfair dealing. We 
commend those employers and employees who are endeavoring to work together 
with a common understanding and regard for the rights of each other. 

TEMPERANCE 

We decry the fact that drunkenness is on the increase. We urge that Christian 
people everywhere give battle to the liquor interests, who with boldness are teach- 
ing many of our people, women and children as well as men, to drink. 

We urge, therefore: 

1. A temperance program at each District Conference. 

2. Co-operation with the church school in plans for educating concerning 
the evils of alcohol. 

3. Co-operation with all agencies fighting the legalized sale of liquor when 
a battle is to be waged in the state, counties, or other political unit. 

4. Requirement of public officers that they rigidly enforce all prohibition 
laws in dry territory and regulatory laws enacted to protect society in localities 
where the sale of liquor is legalized. 

5. Total abstinence from the use of every kind of alcoholic liquor as a 
beverage. 

6. The nomination of no person for membership on the Board of Stewards 
who drinks intoxicating liquors or who is known to be in sympathy with the 
sale of strong drink. 

WORLD PEACE 

The thickening war clouds over the world today challenge the Christian 
church and Christian people to increased efforts to create attitude of peace. We, 
therefore, suggest: 

1 . That our preachers and teachers use every opportunity to speak against 
war and in the interest of world peace. 

2. That co-operation be given every agency, including especially the National 
Council for the Prevention of War and the Institute of International Relations 
conducted annually at Duke University. 

We request an appropriation of $ 1,000.00 for Lay Activities for 1937-1938. 

We pledge our co-operation with the efforts of the Conference to support 
the work of Dr. Richard E. Strain, now in China as a special missionary of the 
Western North Carolina Conference. 

We nominate Mr. A. J. Kirby, of Gastonia, for the position of Conference 
Lay Leader of the Western North Carolina Conference. 

Paul F. Evans was re-elected Secretary. 

T. C. Hoyle was re-elected Treasurer. 

(Signed) A. J. KIRBY, Chairman, 

PAUL F. EVANS, Secretary. 



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CHILDREN'S HOME REPORT 

Article I of the Constitution of the Children's Home reads: "This institution 
shall be known as the Children's Home of the Western North Carolina Confer- 
ence, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Incorporated, according to 
charter, and shall have for its object the support, care, and training of indigent 
and orphan children of the white race." 

For a little over twenty-eight years your Children's Home has been doing 
what it was incorporated to do. Its growth and development through this period 
of time has been very remarkable. Beginning its operations in a few dilapidated 
wooden buildings, it has grown to be quite a village of substantial buildings. 
The population has grown from the one little girl who entered on September 
morn, 1909, to 401 boys and girls now enrolled. 

Eighteen brick buildings and twenty wooden buildings now serve to house 
the Children's Home family. The Home owns S13 acres of land, 3 66 being at 
the Home place in Winston-Salem and 447 in Davie County. This acreage does 
not include a poor farm of 145 acres in Iredell County. Our farming and dairy- 
ing operations have shown quite appreciable growth. We are cultivating 43 5 
acres in such a way as to be quite profitable. Our dairy herd is now providing 
a quart of good milk per day for each child. 

A working staff of forty-seven members direct our family of children. Every- 
one of these workers is morally fit and is sufficiently fit educationally to do a 
good job in directing childhood and youth. We have no worker who does not 
love boys and girls. No harsh disciplinary punishment is found necessary. Our 
youngsters are coming more and more to regard their stay at the Children's 
Home as a matter of great privilege. For the most part they do their assigned 
work as a project into which they can willingly and enthusiastically employ 
themselves. 

Two hundred arid thirty of our children are in the elementary school, con- 
ducted under state and city direction, on the Home grounds and 130 boys and 
girls are in the Richard J. Reynolds High School, in Winston-Salem. Three 
young women are taking a beauty culture course and five are in training for 
becoming nurses. Eighteen of our high school graduates are continuing their 
training in nine colleges and universities. 

There is no evidence of any decrease in the number of pressing requests for 
the admittance of children. So far the Social Security program has not in the le^st 
caused a lessening of the pressure placed upon us for the admission of children. 
Because of federal, state and county aid for dependent children we are enabled 
to practice a little more discretion as to the type of children admitted. The 
wisdom of admitting only such children as present a reasonable assurance that 
they can wisely use the privileges offered is becoming more and more manifest. 
The mental level and moral stamina of our family are gradually being lifted. 
Your Children's Home is not so much a welfare agency as a character forming 
institution. 

The operation of the Social Security program is beginning to make itself 
materially felt upon our mothers' aid department. Already a majority of our 
mothers' aid families are in process of being transferred to the county welfare 
departments for providing aid to their dependent children. However, not all 
our mothers' aid service can thus be turned over to the county welfare forces, 
since some cases cannot meet the prescribed legal requirements. A limited amount 
of mothers' aid work and such other kindred service as will aid those dependent 
children who have a claim on our church and who cannot be adequately served 
by state agencies will be continued. 

It is not the policy of your child-caring institution to place children for 
legal adoption. Most of the boys and girls who come to the Children's Home 



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have relatives who hope to sometime reclaim them into the family circle and 
to aid them in establishing themselves at remunerative and serviceable work. 
Children are admitted for such length of time as is thought to be necessary to 
fit them for accepting the challenges of life in a constructive way. 

We continue to operate on a balanced budget, even though our family has 
increased more than have our contributions. The income from our productive 
enterprises has helped us greatly. We hope that our friends will continue their 
financial support in an even more liberal way. It is our hope that at least 400 
indigent and orphan children may continually find a happy home at the Children's 
Home, a place where they may grow and develop in the nurture and admonition 
of the Lord. 

In place of Rev. J. T. Mangum, whose health is impaired and who has 
moved into another area, your Board of Trustees has elected Dr. W. W. Peele 
to its membership. In place of J. L. Nelson, deceased, your Board has elected 
T. Austin Finch to its membership. Their term of election having expired, 
James A. Gray, Charles W. Gunter, Rev. T. B. Johnston, R. G. Stockton, and 
Fred N. Tate have been re-elected for six years to membership on the Board. 
These new members and re-elected members are submitted to the Conference for 
confirmation. 

(Signed) T. F. MARR, Chairman Board of Trustees. 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON SPIRITUAL LIFE 

One thing that will contribute to the deepening of the spiritual life and give it 
stability and continuance is the restoration of the family altar to its proper place 
in Christian worship. Many things have contributed to the waning of its influence, 
and perhaps none more than the forms which have been used in family worship. 
While the underlying spirit deserves only the highest praise, the facts remain 
that, until recent days, the church has failed to provide suitable material for 
its enrichment. In that remarkably successful series of booklets — The Upper Room 
— our Board of Missions is now meeting this need. Its circulation should be 
extended until every home in our Methodism establishes a family altar for the 
daily worship of our Heavenly Father. We urge our pastors to extend its circula- 
tion and to instruct our people in its use. 

Methodism occupies a peculiar place in the religious world. With all its in- 
sistence on the warming of the heart, it has never demanded this experience of 
those who wish to unite with the church. The founding fathers were well aware 
of the fact that the desire to be saved from sin and to flee from the wrath to 
come was the beginning of all Christian experience and those having this desire 
were freely admitted to its communion. At the other end of experience they 
knew from their own experience that there is an attainable degree of perfection 
in Christian love; and that somewhere between these degrees of experience there 
would come the certain knowledge that God does, through Christ, bring us into 
the fellowship that has warmed the hearts of millions of men and will eventually 
cleanse the soul of the world. 

It is not within the province of your commission to question the validity of 
the experience of any of our pastors or people, but we would lift up Jesus, who 
draws all men to Him; and with those of long ago, cry, "Behold the Lamb of 
God, who taketh away the sins of the world!" 

In the exercise of this divine prerogative we pray that we may not lose our- 
selves in futile efforts to standardize Christian experience. Let us never forget 
that the babe, born into this world, is the subject of the saving grace of Christ; 
and has a place in the church that must never be taken away from him; nor 



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should we forget that the ripest saint has never comprehended the length and 
breadth and height and depth of the love of Christ. 

Celebration of past events has a tendency to crystallize around certain phases 
of that period and to preserve the expressions which become eventually empty 
of significance or obsolete, through constant repetition. It is good to remember 
■what occurred at Aldersgate, but it is of vastly greater importance that more 
wonderful manifestations of saving grace be revealed unto the children of this 
day — adequate to the needs of the hour; elso we lose the inheritance bequeathed 
to us by the generations that are gone. 

Every Methodist who has ever stood at the altar of the church has solemnly 
ratified the vows and promised to "renounce the devil and all his works, the 
vain pomp and glory of this world, with all the covetous desires of the same — - 
and all carnal desires of the flesh — and constantly to believe God's holy word, 
and obediently keep his commandments." We have not approximated these 
minimum requirements for Christian fellowship. From the cradle roll to the 
-episcopacy we would urge their observance as a prerequisite to the revival fires 
which we desire to see blaze upon our altars; for our God is a consuming fire 
as well as a quickening spirit. Without this re-dedication of ourselves, what 
avail will our call be to a sinning, suffering world? 

We are well aware resolutions adopted by Annual Conferences may mean 
much or little in the life of the church. We have tried to state our convictions 
in simple, homely language that the church understands. What we do here is of 
little moment unless it sends us home with radiant hearts. Shall we not here and 
now submit ourselves to the reviving power of the Holy Spirit of the mighty 
God? We ask our Bishop to give the ringing call that has marked every step 
of progress in the church; and let us bow again in the fellowship of consecration 
to Jesus Christ and wait before Him until the Holy Ghost descends in power 
upon us! 

(Signed) JOHN W. MOORE, Chairman, 

MRS. W. A. NEWELL, Secretary Pro Tern. 



REPORT OF FINDINGS COMMITTEE ON ALDERSGATE 
COMMEMORATION 

The Committee appointed by the presiding Bishop to consider the co-opera- 
tion of this Conference in the Aldersgate Commemoration now beginning has 
heard an outline of the general plan and begs to report as follows: 

NATURE OF THE COMMEMORATION 

The Commemoration is a spiritual movement under the direction of the 
College of Bishops and participated in by all the Boards and other agencies of 
the church. It proposes to commemorate the bi-centennial of Mr. Wesley's "heart- 
warming experience" in Aldersgate Street, London, by leading our church into 
a deeper and more vital religious experience. It has no financial objective of any 
kind, save as such may voluntarily be assumed by a local church for its own 
purposes. It does not undertake any new tasks nor create any new organizations. 
It seeks a great spiritual awakening in the church, and it proposes to bring 
modern Methodism the power and spirit which was the possession of early 
Methodism. It will endeavor to motivate all the programs of the church with 
a new spiritual experience. 

THE NEED FOR SUCH AN AWAKENING 

That such a movement as this is greatly needed is apparent to all. A spiritual 
revival, in fact, is the greatest need of the church and the world, a need which 



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embraces all other needs. If this can come about, most of our other problems will 
be easy of solution. 

The time is at hand when every energy of the church should be devoted to 
this end. We have an opportunity now that may not come to us again in this 
generation. In the hearts of our preachers and people alike there is a sense of 
spiritual need and a longing for a more personal touch with God. The Alders- 
gate Bi-centennial comes at a providential moment and enables us to focus the 
minds of our people upon spiritual reality and the original genius of Methodism. 
Our Bishops have been wise in their decision to utilize this historic occasion for 
the purpose of revitalizing the faith and experience of the church. 

In this we are greatly interested and we place ourselves on record as determined 
to support the Aldersgate Commemoration in every possible way. To our Bishops, 
and especially to Bishop Frank Smith, Director of the Commemoration, we pledge 
our whole-hearted co-operation in carrying out every detail of the Commemora- 
tion plan. We call upon our preachers immediately to begin spiritual preparation 
in their own lives and churches, to inform themselves concerning the history, 
doctrines and work of Methodism, and to pray earnestly for the success of the 
entire movement. 

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE 

We confirm the appointment of the College of Bishops of the following 
persons to constitute our Conference Aldersgate Committee: 

Bishop Paul B. Kern Chairman 

Rev. L. B. Abernethy Conference Missionary Secretary 

Rev. Carl H. King Executive Secretary of Christian Education 

A. J. Kirby Conference Lay Leader 

Mrs. C. C. Weaver . . . . Conference President, Woman's Missionary Society 
Dr. C. C. Weaver Bishops' Crusade Director for last year 

OUR PARTICIPATION 

The preachers and other people of the Western North Carolina Conference 
will do their utmost to assist in the realization of the spiritual objectives of the 
Aldersgate Commemoration. To that end we will employ every means of grace 
to secure a more vital experience of religion in the heart of every preacher and 
local church official and teacher; and a general religious awakening in every 
congregation. We will labor, therefore, not alone for a deepening of our own 
spiritual life, but for the bringing of multitudes who are strangers to that 
which is vital in religion, to a personal experience in Christ as Saviour and Lord. 
In all this we pledge our earnest support to the Bishops of our church in carrying 
out the Aldersgate Commemoration. 

(Signed) R. M. COURTNEY, Chairman, 
A. C. GIBBS, Secretary. 



REPORT OF THE BIBLE BOARD 

The Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments contain the inspired Word 
of God, and are fundamental to our faith. 

Your Bible Board reports with satisfaction on the activities and achievements 
of the American Bible Society. The New York City headquarters of the Society 
were moved recently to a commodious new building nearer the heart of the city. 
In addition, definite progress was made in the unification of the Society's work 
with that of other Bible societies abroad so that both in the United States and in 
the foreign field, the Society is effectively adapting itself to the demands and 
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Translation of the Bible, or parts, into many new languages or dialects has 
been done. 

Publication has followed translations of the Scriptures into many languages. 

DISTRIBUTION 

The Bible Society's chief task, of course, is the distribution of the Scriptures. 
During the year 1936, through its District and Division Secretaries in the United 
States and its Agency Secretaries abroad, the Society put in circulation, in upwards 
of forty countries, a total of over 7,760,000 Bibles, Testaments, Gospels and. 
Portions, an increase of more than half a million over the preceding year. Of 
this number, more than 3,000,000 volumes were distributed in the United States. 
Especially cheering was the progress in Scripture distribution in Brazil, where 
more Scriptures were distributed than in any of the Agency's fifty years of history. 
The Secretary of that great mission field, pleading for a larger appropriation, 
stated that his colporteurs and workers were limited only by insufficient funds. 

A much appreciated factor of the Society's ministry is its service to the blind. 
Volumes in Braille or similar systems cost from two to eight dollars to manu- 
facture. These the Society furnishes at twenty-five cents per volume and offers 
"talking book" disc records at the same price. In 1936 there were furnished to 
the blind 3,9 39 embossed volumes, bringing the total number of embossed volumes 
distributed since the beginning of such work to over 12 5,000 in twenty-five 
languages and systems. 

UNIVERSAL BIBLE SUNDAY 

December 12, being the second Sunday, has been set apart by the Society as 
Bible Sunday. The Society will furnish material for the use of the pastors for 
the celebration of Bible Sunday. 

This Sunday should be used to emphasize the importance of the Bible in the 
home and the lives of our people. And the need of its distribution emphasized, 
getting Bibles into all the homes of our people and into the hands of all children 
who can read. 

AIDS FOR CHURCHES AND PASTORS 

Your Board would call attention to the valuable aids obtainable from the 
Society for magnifying the Bible and its use. Pamphlets, leaflets, stereopticon 
lectures, Scripture exhibits, and posters are all available, many of such aids being 
free. 

Your Board respectfully presents the following resolutions: 

WHEREAS, The American Bible Society is adapting its program of service 
to meet the changing demands of the day, and renders a unique service in trans- 
lating, publishing, and distributing the Bible, a ministry of great importance in 
the life of the churches and indispensable to the whole missionary enterprise, be 
it resolved: 

First: That we express our hearty approval of the activities of the Society 
in deepening interest in the Bible and in promoting its circulation throughout 
the world; 

Second: That inasmuch as Sunday, December 12, has been designated as 
Universal Bible Sunday, the ministers and churches represented in this body be 
urged to take advantage of the co-operation offered by the Society in furnishing 
assistance, and plan carefully for a worthy observance of the day; 

That we regret that the offering of our church has fallen off about two- 
thirds of the amount given the Society ten years ago, and we recommend that 
our offering to the Society be increased. 

(Signed) E. MYERS, Chairman, 
A. BURGESS, Secretary. 



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REPORT OF COMMISSION ON METHODIST 
CO-OPERATION 

(FURNISHED AS INFORMATION) 
Dear Brethren: 

The Commission held its annual meeting- in the office of the Editor of the 
North Carolina Christian Advocate, with all the participating- Conferences repre- 
sented, but with a rather small attendance due to unavoidable absences on the 
part of the representatives from the three bodies constituting the Commission. 

The Chairman of the Commission, Dr. M. T. Plyler, submitted a historic 
statement of the origin and purpose of the Commission. On motion of Dr. W. P. 
Few, the paper was ordered made a part of this report and the basis for any 
suggestions we may have to make to the Conferences. It is as follows: 

"The two Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and the 
Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church at their annual session in 192 2 
provided for a Joint Commission on Methodist Co-operation in North Carolina. 
This Joint Commission met in Greensboro, January 18, 192 3, and organized by 
electing Rev. M. T. Plyler, President, and Rev. R. C. Stubbins, Secretary. 

"The personnel of the Joint Commission was as follows: Methodist Protestant 
Church, Rev. T. M. Johnson, Rev. J. D. Williams, Rev. R. C. Stubbins, Mr. 
R. F. Williams, Mr. J. H. Allen, and Mr. L. F. Ross. Methodist Episcopal 
Church, South, Rev. J. H. Barnhardt, Rev. J. F. Kirk, and Mr. Fred N. Tate, 
representing the Western North Carolina Conference, and Rev. M. T. Plyler, 
Rev. C. B. Culbreth, and Dr. W. P. Few, representing the North Carolina Con- 
ference. 

"The Commission caused the following address to be sent to the Methodists 
of North Carolina: 'We are duly mindful of the common origin of our separate 
Methodisms, which are one in spirit, life and doctrine; and always have been 
a unit in the effort to spread scriptural holiness over the land. Moreover, the 
increasing complexity of the social order, with its problems and the readjustments 
going on about us, admonish us that our Methodist people must gather their 
forces for a more vigorous church life and unite for a mutual advance. Under 
the blessings of Heaven, our two Methodist churches must become a still greater 
force for righteousness and spiritual advance in North Carolina. Every atom 
of energy must be mobilized against a common foe; less of power and effective- 
ness, due to unnecessary friction, must cease. What can Methodists do to con- 
tribute to this end? We would suggest: 

"'1. That our preachers and people come to know the efforts and aspira- 
tions of each by cultivating more cordial and intimate relations one with the 
other. Interchange of pulpits and union of efforts in revival campaigns may 
prove helpful to this end. 

" c 2. That wherever the two churches are working side by side in a com- 
munity, careful attention and serious thought be given by both churches to see 
that some way be found to prevent antagonism and waste of energy in doing 
the work that Methodism as a whole should do. These local issues must be worked 
out by the good men and women who are on the ground and have been brought 
to see the sin of depleted strength that ought to be united against the enemies 
of righteousness. 

" '3. That due attention be given to co-ordinating undertakings and to 
readjustments of churches in certain sections where both must continue a useless 
struggle until the best and wisest will be convinced of the folly of present 
methods. Why not move to have the Conferences involved in this venture in 
North Carolina to establish a permanent Board of Mediation? 

" '4. That we plan and pray that our two Methodisms may this good year 



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of our Lord be one in spirit and aim and effort in doing the work to which 
we are called in North Carolina.' 

"At a second meeting in Greensboro, October 1 0, of the same year, the 
Commission recommended to the Conferences that this Joint Commission be 
continued and authorized to use its best efforts to aid in the work of the two 
Methodisms. Since we 'favor and long for a united Methodism,' our first con- 
cern was to secure closer and more intimate co-operation between the two churches. 
Expressing our gratitude for the cordial and brotherly relations existing between 
the members of the great Methodist family, we suggested interchange of pulpits 
and certain readjustment as soon as possible of our country church work. From 
the first, fraternal messages have been heard at each of the Conference sessions. 

"In 1932 further gratification was expressed over the appointment of the 
Commission of the three Methodisms looking to the present plan which is now 
nearing the final action of the Conferences. 

"A ten year plan, similar. to that which led to the union of English Meth- 
odism, was suggested in 193 3, but the union movement has gone so much faster 
than any of us had thought possible a few years ago that a decade was not 
necessary. 

"In connection with the Sesqui-Centennial Celebration of American Meth- 
odism, January 6, 1935, the first united conference of the three Methodisms in 
this state was held in Greensboro, Bishop William F. McDowell, of Washington, 
being the chief speaker. We have come along these past fifteen years pleased to 
know each other better as we have moved to the union of American Methodism. 

"Would not this Aldersgate year be a favorable time for Methodism to 
become more nearly one in soul and body by stressing these experiences of early 
Methodists in all our churches? Allow me to suggest that this Commission take 
some definite action to report to our Annual Conferences." 

As suggested by the paper, the Commission recommends that we give our 
thought and attention to the celebration of the Aldersgate experience. We are 
asking that a Committee be set up by each of the participating Annual Confer- 
ences to act with their Commission in planning programs and selecting places 
in which the three Methodisms may come together in the observance of this event 
which is our common origin. We are naming Thursday, December 2, 193 7, at 
10:00 a. m., at the office of the Editor of the North Carolina Christian Advocate, 
as the time and place for holding the first meeting of the Joint Committee. 

We would call attention to our report to the Conferences held last year to 
the suggestions made therein concerning efforts to bring our three groups into 
closer fellowship looking to the time when they shall be united into the one new 
church. (See Western North Carolina Journal, 1936, page 73, and North Caro- 
lina Journal, 1936, page 68). A good deal of progress has been made in this 
direction, a number of the churches putting at least some of the suggestions into 
practice. To these suggestions we would add that, wherever possible, the pastors 
and churches of the three groups unite in the holding of District Conferences, 
under the direction of the presiding elders, the District Superintendents, and the 
President of the three Methodist bodies. 

We are taking the liberty of naming Rev. C. B. Culbreth to represent the 
Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at the session of the Blue 
Ridge-Atlantic Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church; and Dr. M. T. 
Plyler to represent the two Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 
South, at the session of the North Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist 
Protestant Church. 

May the blessing of God and the guidance of His Holy Spirit rest upon the 
deliberations of the Conferences as they meet in their sessions this fall. 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 
C. W. BATES, Secretary. 



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REPORT OF BOARD OF MANAGERS OF NORTH 
CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

The Pastors' School last June co-operated with the Country Church Institute 
and the Institute of International Relations, running simultaneously at Duke 
University. The interchange of privileges was greatly appreciated bv the many 
in attendance. 

The management has under consideration a session of one week instead of 
two weeks for the school next year immediately following the Duke commence- 
ment. It is thought such an arrangement would make possible facilities for larger 
numbers and allow more concentration on the program for 193 8. Definite 
arrangements as to this will be made at an early date. 

NUMBER OF CREDITS RECEIVED 

North Carolina Conference 91 

Western North Carolina Conference 45 

Ministerial students 60 

Other Conferences and denominations 22 



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Members of the Board of Managers whose terms expire: 
North Carolina Conference: J. M. Ormond, H. E. Spence, L. L. Gobbel. 
Western North Carolina Conference: O. V. Woosley, P. N. Garber, C. H. 
King. 

The report of the Treasurer is attached. 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 
W. A. KALE, Secretary. 



REPORT OF TREASURER, NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

Balance in bank from previous year $ 97 8.04 

Received during the year from participating Conference Boards 1,300.00 

Received from registration fees, 1937 school 282.00 

Received from interest on bank deposit 22.78 

Total received for the year $2,582.82 

Cost of 1937 school 2,082.08 



Balance in Fidelity Bank, Durham, N. C, October 1, 1937 $ 500.74 

In Bank: Savings $ 426.21 

Checking 74.53 



$ 500.74 
October 1, 193 7. (Signed) LUTHER L. GOBBEL, Treasurer. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE 
RELATIONS 

Your Committee reccomend the following for the superannuate relation: 
J. A. Baldwin, D. C. Ballard, A. R. Bell, H. K. Boyer, J. H. Bradley, J. H. 

Brendall, G. C. Brinkman, P. H. Brittain, D. F. Carver, W. S. Cherry, M. B. 

Clegg, E. N. Crowder, J. M. Downum, R. P. Fikes, J. M. Folger, C. P. Goode, 



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J. J. Grav, T. A. Groce, B. F. Hargett, G. D. Herman, G. A. B. Holderby, 
J. G. W. Holloway, Parker Holmes, T. J. Houck, R. S. Howie, W. I. Hughes, 
T. C. Jordan, Brooks Jerome, J. C. Keever, J. W. Kennedy, D. A. Lewis, 
D. M. Litaker, J. W. Long, J. T. Mangum, T. F. Marr, C. L. McCain, R. L. 
Melton, N. M. Modlin, E. Myers, J. B. Needham, Z. Paris, P. E. Parker, J. A. 
Peeler, T. A. Plyler, A. S. Raper, J. T. Ratledge, W. M. Robbins, O. P. Routh, 
T. J. Rogers, W. F. Sandford, R. D. Sherrill, W. L. Sherrill, C. M. Short, 
L. L. Smith, J. I. Spinks, E. P. Stabler, C. E. Steadman, J. T. Stoyer, A. R. 
Surratt, J. L. Teague, J. E. Thompson, S. B. Turrentine, J. C. Umberger, T. E. 
Wagg, D. P. Waters, 'E. K. Whidden, A. H. Whisner, W. A. Wilson, E. E. 
Yates, and B. A. York. 

(Signed) L H. BRENDALL, TR., Chairman, 
G. W. VICK, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE 

RECORDS 

The Committee examined the District Conference Records from the Charlotte, 
Greensboro, Marion, Salisbury, Statesville, Waynesville, and Winston-Salem 
Districts. As a whole the records are in fine shape. 

We would recommend the loose-leaf locked binder as the best and most 
conyenient way of keeping the District Conference Records. 

(Signed) M. W. HECKARD, 
R. C. GOFORTH, 
H. A. DUNHAM. 



REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMISSION ON WESLEY 

FOUNDATION OF COLLEGE PLACE AND 

CHAPEL HILL CHURCHES 

The Commission has given careful attention to the work of our churches at 
Chapel Hill and College Place, Greensboro. The more than 1,400 Methodist 
students of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and of the Woman's 
College of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, are our special 
concern. 

In helping these choice young spirits we not only help them as individuals, 
but they also go back into the communities and churches from whence they come 
to do the service of the Master. 

We include the following statements as to the work in hand : 

STUDENT WORK AT CHAPEL HILL CHURCH 

The University Methodist Church at Chapel Hill has the task of serying the 
religious needs of more than 700 young men and women who are students in 
the University. To comprehend the magnitude of the church's task one need only 
to be reminded that more than 200 Methodist freshmen are enrolled in the Uni- 
versity this year. The religious problems and needs attendant upon this time of 
transition from home to college are manifold and acute. 

Through its student work the University Church attempts to anticipate and 
meet these needs and to solve these problems, using various channels of influence. 
The Sunday services, a morning class, the worship service, and a forum, all are 
centered around the student and seek his spiritual orientation. As far as is prac- 
tical, the conduct of student activities is in the hands of the students themselves, 



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with policies being adopted, programs outlined, and plans made by leaders-in- 
training. The Sunday schedule is supported by various activities during the week. 
Social gatherings, recreational outings, deputations, and intimate discussion groups 
are among the regular features of the student program. In order to maintain 
close contact with all Methodist students in dormitories there is in each dormitory 
a leader with his floor assistants. Tying all of this together are the visitation of 
the pastor in the students' rooms and a program of personal counseling. 

The University Church strives to help the students to maintain an attitude that 
is progressive, balanced, and above all, deeply spiritual. 

COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH, GREENSBORO 

There are 1,8 86 students enrolled at the Woman's College of the University 
of North Carolina, Greensboro, to date. Of these, 65 7, or more than one-third, 
are Methodists, and 310 have joined the Wesley Foundation organization and 
become affiliate members of College Place Methodist Church. Some who cannot 
attend the Wesley Foundation meetings join the local congregation in worship 
in one form or another at College Place Church each Sunday, approximately 
400 in all. The Wesley Foundation, under the leadership of Miss Idalene Gul- 
ledge, who for the past eight years has rendered excellent service, and Miss 
Marjorie Pouder, the newly employed Director, has made marked advancement. 
It has a larger enrollment this year than ever before in its history and is render- 
ing a service to girls from every section of our state and from practically every 
state east of the Mississippi River. 

The student organization and the membership of the local congregation have 
steadily grown until there is now an enrollment of 1,3 02 in the church school. 
They are greatly handicapped because of lack of space and equipment. 

In order to carry on the work so well begun among our young people at 
Chapel Hill and College Place Church, Greensboro, the Joint Commission asks 
the two North Carolina Conferences for the following amounts: 

Chapel Hill: 

1. Salary of full-time student worker $1,000.00 

2. Operating expenses 1,650.00 

3. Total 2,650.00 

4. Less grant by General Board 350.00 

5. Balance 2,300.00 

College Place: 

1. Salary of full-time student worker $1,700.00 

2. Operating expenses 200.00 

3. Total 1,900.00 

4. Less grant by General Board 600.00 

5. Balance 1,300.00 

Total askings $3,600.00 

Each Annual Conference 1,800.00 

To meet the askings made of the Western North Carolina Conference this 
request goes to the Commission on Budget of the Conferences to make an appro- 
priation sufficient to care for the request of each Annual Conference. 

Your Inter-Conference Commission, in order to prevent confusion in handling 
the funds, requests that the Treasurer of each Annual Conference be instructed 
to remit all money directly to the Treasurer of this Commission, J. M. Culbreth, 
who in turn will distribute the funds to the beneficiaries at Chapel Hill and 
College Place. Treasurer Culbreth is in turn to submit an annual report to each 
Conference. 



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The debt situation and inadequate plant at College Place were carefully con- 
sidered by the Commission and on motion of Bishop Kern it was voted to request 
the two Conferences to appoint a Committee to study the situation at College 
Place and to lead in a movement to provide for a suitable plant there. The Bishop 
named for the Western North Carolina Conference the following: W. A. Lam- 
beth, Winston-Salem; L. B. Abernethy, Elkin; P. J. Kiker, Wadesboro; G. B. 
Howard, Spindale ; and Ben L. Smith, Greensboro, and asks that they be con- 
firmed. 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 

W. A. STANBURY, Vice-Chairman, 
T. M. CULBRETH, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON GENERAL 
INDEBTEDNESS 

Years 193 3 to 19 37 

Your Committee on General Indebtedness makes the following report of 
indebtedness for the quadrennial ending October 21, 1937: 

Indebtedness Outstanding on Churches and Parsonages — 1933 . . $2,154,858.00 
Indebtedness Outstanding on Churches and Parsonages — 1937 . . . 1,035,376.00 



Reduction in Outstanding Debt during 4 year period $1,119,482.00 

REDUCTION BY YEARS 

Amount Per Cent 

193 3-1934 $173,516.00 .0805 

1934-1935 76,034.00 .0353 

1935-1936 234,188.00 .1087 

1936-1937 635,744.00 .2950 

Total $1,119,482.00 .5195 

(Signed) D. B. McCRARY, Chairman, 

E. A. PALMGREN, Secretary-Treasurer. 



REPORT OF DR. STRAIN FUND 



RECEIPTS 

First Year 
District 

Asheville $200.00 

Charlotte 344.97 

Gastonia 43 2.99 

Greensboro 280.66 

Marion 161.00 

Salisbury 280.00 

Statesvifle 3 32.09 

Waynesville 107.50 

Winston-Salem 268.42 

— — - $2,407.63 



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Second, Year 

Greensboro $ 64.2 5 

Marion 245.66 

Salisbury 1 00.00 

Statesville 289.69 

Winston-Salem 31.25 



30.85 



$3,138.48 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Good-will tour — Dr. Strain $ 5 2.95 

Cuts and Mats 4.5 7 

Dr. Strain envelopes 5.00 

Dr. J. F. Rawls, Treasurer 1,800.00 



$1,862.52 



Balance on hand and in Bank $1,275.96 

October 20, 193 7. (Signed) G. B. HOWARD, Treasurer. 



MEMORIALS TO THE GENERAL CONFERENCE 

Your Committee on Memorials to the General Conference has received the 
following memorials, duly signed by members of the Conference : 

I — Social and Economic Security (Concurrence). 
II — Equalization of Presiding Elders' Salaries (Concurrence). 
Ill — Financial Systems (Concurrence). 

(Signed) A. W. PLYLER, Chairman, 
A. C. GIBBS, Secretary. 

MEMORIALS 

I — Social and Economic Security (Concurrence) 

Whereas, the matter of social and economic security for the aged and un- 
employed has become the settled policy of our Federal and many of our state 
governments, and, 

Whereas, ministers of the gospel are expressly excluded from sharing in the 
protection promised other classes, through unemployment insurance and social 
security legislation, and, 

Whereas, while it has long been the accepted policy of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church, South, to provide financial assistance for superannuated and disabled 
preachers, nevertheless, an adequate protection is yet far from realization, and, 

Whereas, we now happily anticipate the merging of the various branches of 
Methodism into one great American body, and, 

Whereas, the united Methodist Church will employ between fifteen and 
twenty thousand full-time pastors: 

The Western North Carolina Conference now in session at Asheville, X. C, 
therefore most respectfully and earnestly requests the General Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at its next session in April, 193S, to create a 
commission to make a careful study and thorough investigation of the question 
of making adequate provision for the retired and disabled members of the 
several Annual Conferences of the united church, including the practicability of 



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providing also for death benefits to the families of deceased ministers, and any 
other questions pertaining- to the matter of securing' a comprehensive and church- 
wide plan of insurance for every minister in the united church. 

The findings of said Commission to be presented to the first session of the 
General Conference of the united church. 

The expense of said Commission to be paid by the Publishing House. 

We respectfully ask the North Carolina Conference at its session in Raleigh, 
November 17, 193 7, to concur in this memorial. 

(Signed) H. C. SPRINKLE, (Signed) G. T. ROWE, 

G. RAY JORDAN, CHAS. C. WEAVER, 

T. R. WOLFE, CLAUDE H. MOSER. 

J. B. CRAVEN, W. R. ODELL, 

W. W. PEELE, JAMES E. LAMBETH. 

II — Equalization of Presiding Elders' Salaries (Concurrence) 

(Section 2, After Paragraph 264, Inset: 
All other paragraphs and sections to conform). 

Should an Annual Conference elect to equalize the salaries of the presiding 
elders, the Conference Commission of Budget shall make a special asking of the 
Conference of the total amount deemed adequate for that purpose, and shall 
apportion it among the Districts upon the same basis as the askings for General 
and Conference work. 

In such case, this arrangement shall supercede the arrangement whereby the 
salaries of the presiding elders are estimated by the District Stewards; 

Provided, that the District Stewards shall apportion the total amount asked 
of the District by the Conference Commission on Budget for the presiding elders 
to the several pastoral charges upon the same basis as that upon which they 
apportion the askings for General and Conference work. 

In such case, also, the presiding elders shall collect the amount to be applied 
to them at each Quarterly Conference, and shall forward the same to the Con- 
ference Treasurer to be distributed by him to all the presiding elders of the 
Conference, share and share alike; such distribution to be made at least once a 
month. 

Respectfully submitted as a memorial to the next General Conference of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

(Signed) M. T. SMATHERS, 
T. R. WOLFE, 
J. W. WILLIAMS. 

Ill — Financial Systems (Concurrence) 

1. That all Conference Treasurers shall make a statement of receipts and 
disbursements on the first day of each month, and send a copy to the Bishop in 
charge and officers of the Budget Commission and also have bank or banks certify 
balance to the Chairman of the Budget Commission. 

2. That the legislation of the General Conference of 1934 as to publishing 
individual reports of churches on circuits be re-enacted and provide practical 
methods for its operation including a thorough study of statistical items and 
economy in printing cost. 

3. That a Committee be appointed to make a thorough study of forms, 
methods, and policies of Annual Conference Treasurers with a view to making 
the best experience available to all and establishing uniformity in practice so far 
as feasible. 



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4. That more usable and economical forms and materials be provided for 
church Treasurer and Boards of Stewards, adapted for the use of churches of 
various size of membership, but with special reference to the country church. 

5. That some means be provided for bringing our whole fiscal system, 
including the above items, into greater harmony, simplicity and effectiveness. 

(Signde) E. O. COLE, 

LOY D. THOMPSON. 
CLAUDE H. MOSER. 



MINUTES OF CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

The annual meeting of the Historical Society of the Western North Carolina 
Conference was held in Central Methodist Church, Asheville, at 3:00 p. m., 
Thursday, October 21, 1937. Dr. A. W. PTyler presided. 

The opening devotional service was begun with the congregational singing 
of Hymn 256, "Faith of Our Fathers." Prayer was offered by Rev. R. G. Tuttle. 

The minutes of the previous year's session were read and approved (see Con- 
ference Minutes, 193 6, page 81.) The Society instructed the Chairman to appoint 
a Committee on nominations of officers for the coming year. The Committee 
appointed consisted of W. A. Jenkins, Ebenezer Myers, and W. L. Sherrill. After 
consultation this Committee reported nominations as follows: for President, Dr. 
W. A. Lambeth; for Vice-President, Rev. W. A. Jenkins; for Secretary-Treasurer, 
Rev. Wilbur G. McFarland; for membership on Executive Committee, Rev. 
C. M. Pickens to succeed himself. The report was adopted by the Society, and 
the above-named were declared elected. 

A most interesting address was presented by Dr. Paul N. Garber, President 
of the Society, at this session, on the subject, "John Carlisle Kilgo as a Christian 
Educator." 

An offering amounting to $11.63 was taken and paid the Advocate Publishing 
Company, of Greensboro, on account for printing. 

Rev. W. L. Sherrill made a timely exhortation, asking that each pastor assume 
the responsibility of being historian of his charge, collecting and recording in- 
formation from old people, records, etc., and taking precautions for the preserva- 
tion of old records. 

The benediction was given bv Rev. W. L. Sherrill, for the past forty-four 
years Secretary of the Western North Carolina Conference, and during all this 
time a promoter of the work and an official of the Historical Society. 
(Signed) PAUL N. GARBER, President, 

WILBUR G. McFARLAND, Secretary. 



MINUTES OF THE CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 

The Western North Carolina Conference Brotherhood met in twenty-ninth 
annual session in Central Methodist Church, Asheville, N. C, October 21, 1937, 
at +:00 p. m., with the President, H. G. Allen, in the chair. The hymn, "How 
Firm a Foundation," was sung, and the meeting was led in prayer. By unanimous 
consent the reading of the minutes of the last annual meeting was dispensed with. 
The minutes of the Executive Committee meeting, held on September 1+, 1937, 
ware read. As nominated by the Executive Committee, Mr. S. G. Hawfield was 
confirmed as Conference Lay Director for the Brotherhood. 

The amendment, proposed by Rev.. J. W. Moore a year ago, was discussed 
at length. On motion, the action of the Executive Committee in recommending 
that the Moore amendment be not adopted, was approved by the Brotherhood. 



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The Assistant Secretary and Treasurer, C. C. Herbert, Jr., made the following 
report: Five members of the Brotherhood have died during the past year: Brothers 
S. S. Higgins, A. J. Burrus, A. D. Wilcox, E. E. Williamson, and J. A. J. 
Farrington. Paid to date on these calls: To Mrs. S. S. Higgins, $1,000; to each 
of the other beneficiaries, $800. Amount on hand, October 19, 1937, $724. It 
is confidently expected that the amount paid in during the session of Conference 
will be more than ample to pay each of the beneficiaries the remainder of the 
$1,200, and leave a comfortable balance in the treasury. 

The Nominating Committee, consisting of S. M. Needham, J. W. Moore, 
J. L. Ingram, and J. S. Hiatt made the following nominations: For President, 
H. G. Allen; for Vice-President, R. C. Goforth; for Secretary and Treasurer, 
C. C. Herbert, Jr.; for Assistant Secretary and Treasurer, F. C. Smathers. 

On motion of J. W. Moore, the following amendment to the Constitution 
was proposed, to be voted on a year hence, unless the laymen's plans for helping 
the superannuates are successful: "That the Brotherhood grant to the superannuates 
who may need the courtesy the privilege of paying their assessments by note 
instead of by check." 

The new Lay Director, S. G. Hawfield, was introduced and he introduced 
to the Brotherhood the District Lay Directors. Names of preachers who are not 
members were distributed for solicitation. 

On motion, the Brotherhood voted its grateful thanks and appreciation to 
Rev. C. M. Pickens, as he retires at his own wish from office, for the years of 
splendid service he has rendered to the organization. 

The meeting adjourned with the singing of "Blest Be the Tie." 

(Signed) H. G. ALLEN, President, 

C. C. HERBERT, JR., Secretary-Treasurer. 



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ROLL OF CLERICAL MEMBERS OF BROTHERHOOD 



J. E. Abernethy 


G. W. Fink 


W. A. Jenkins 


L. B. Abernethy 


J. B. Fitzgerald 


T. B. Johnson 


G. G. Adams 


J. M. Folger 


E. M. Jones 


O. P. Ader 


E. W. Fox 


O. J. Jones 


W. T. Albright 


H. C. Freeman 


G. R. Jordan 


H. G. Allen 




T. C. Jordan 


J. H. Armbrust 


J. C. Gentry 




A. L. Aycock 


R. P. Gibbs 


W. A. Kale 




Albea Godbold 


J. C. Keever 


E. L. Bain 


R. C. Goforth 


W. R. Kelly 


J. O. Banks 


C. P. Goode 


J. W. Kennedy 


W. A. Barber 


G. C. Graham 


E. L. Kirk 


J. H. Barnhardt 


J. J. Gray 


C. S. Kirkpatrick 


J. W. Bennett 


John H. Green 




E. H. Blackard 


Jos. M. Green 


W. A. Lambeth 


H. K. Boyer 


J. W. Groce 


A. L. Latham 


J. H. Bradley 


T. A. Groce 


R. M. Laughlin 


J. M. Brandon 




D. M. Litaker 


E. H. Brendall 


W. J. Hackney 


J. W. Long 


J. H. Brendall 


E. J. Harbison 


A. A. Lyerly 


G. C. Brinkman 


R. M. Hardee 




P. H. Brittain 


Paul Hardin, Jr. 


J. T. Mangum 


A. Burgess 


W. R. Harris 


T. F. Marr 




Van B. Harrison 


R. L. Melton 


D. E. Camak 


L. B. Hayes 


0. B. Mitchell 


J. H. Carper 


M. W. Heckard 


N. M. Modlin 


D. F. Carver 


C. G. Hefner, Jr. 


J. W. Moore 


W. S. Cherry 


C. C. Herbert, Jr. 


M. F. Moores 


C. N. Clark 


G. D. Herman 


C. A. Morrison 


M. B. Clegg 


J. S. Hiatt 


Ebenezer Mvers 


E. 0. Cole 


J. S. Higgins 


C. L. McCain 


L. W. Colson 


J. E. Hipp 


R. G. McClamrock 


H. F. Cornelius 


J. P. Hipps 


C. M. McKinney 


R. M. Courtney 


G. A. B. Holderby 


E. K. McLarty 


J. 0. Cox 


J. G. W. Holloway 


J. E. McSwain 


J. B. Craven 


Parker Holmes 




T. V. Crouse 


T. P. Hornbuckle 


E. H. Nease 


E. N. Crowder 


T. H. Houck 


J. B. Necdham 


O. E. Croy 


T. J. Houck 


S. M. Needham 


W. M. Curtis 


J. E. B. Houser 


W. A. Newell 




F. E. Howard 


D. M. Nifong 


W. B. Davis 


D. V. Howell 




P. T. Dixon 


R. S. Howie 


D. A. Oakley 


J. M. Downum 


R. T. Houts 


R. L. Ownbey 


F. 0. Drvman 


T. J. Huggins 




G. N. Dulin 


W. I. Hughes 


Z. Paris 


H. F. Duncan 


R. F. Huneycutt 


J. W. Parker 




R. E. Hunt 


P. E. Parker 


T. J. Edwards 


W. L. Hutchins 


R. J. Parker 


W. F. Elliott 




W. W. Peele 


J. O. Ervin 


J. L. Ingram 


J. A. Peeler 



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Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



C. M. Pickens 
A. W. Plyler 
H. L. Powell 
H. P. Powell 
F. J. Prettyman 

A. S. Raper 
W. M. Rathburn 
A. P. Ratledge 
J. T. Ratledge 

A. L. Rayle 
P. R. Rayle 

B. C. Reavis 
J. L. Reynolds 

D. H. Rhinehart 
H. H. Robbins 
W. M. Robbins 
O. L. Robinson 
T. J. Rogers 

0. P. Routh 

C. E. Rozzelle 
C. W. Russell 

W. F. Sandford 

W. L. Scott 

J. W. Shackford 

1. L. Shaver 
R. D. Sherrill 
W. L. Sherrill 
P. L. Shore 



C. M. Short 

F. C. Smathers 
J. L. Smith 

R. A. Smith 
J. I. Spinks 
H. C. Sprinkle 
H. C. Sprinkle, Jr. 
E. P. Stabler 

G. A. Stamper 
W. A. Stanbury 
A. L. Stanford 
S. A. Stewart 
H. E. Stimson 
M. B. Stokes 

J. T. Stover 
L. F. Strader 
R. A. Swaringen 
A. C. Swofford 

J. B. Tabor 
C. F. Tate 
R. H. Taylor 
J. L. Teague 
R. B. Templeton 
J. E. Thompson 
L. D. Thompson 
W. B. Thompson 
A. C. Tippett 
S. B. Turrentine 
R. G. Tuttle 



J. C. Umberger 
J. F. Usrey 

J. M. Varner 
R. M. Varner 
J. W. Vestal 
G. W. Vick 

T. E. Wagg 
Reid Wall 
R. E. Ward 
R. D. Ware 
J. R. Warren 

D. P. Waters 
C. C. Weaver 
H. M. Wellman 
J. H. West 

W. B. West 

E. K. Whidden 

A. H. Whisner 
G. L. Wilkinson 
J. G. Wilkinson 
C. E. Williams 
G. W. Williams 
J. W. Williams 
W. A. Wilson 
J. N. Wise 

T. R. Wolfe 

E. E. Yates 

B. A. York 



VIII 
Church School Superintendents 

"Indicates name of last year's Superintendent, this year's not known. 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Acton — Acton L. D. Thrash R. 3, Asheville 

Asburv J. W. Rutherford R. 2, Candler 

Oak Hill W. C. Daniels R. 3, Candler 

Sardis C. F. Shackford R. 3, Asheville 

Asheville — 

Asbury Memorial C. L. Felmet R. 1, Asheville 

Biltmore A. C. Williams . . Hendersonville Rd., Biltmore 

Central C. E. Morgan Lakeview Park, Asheville 

Haywood Street H. A. Dunham . . 99 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 

Hillside Street A. H. Nance .... 112 Woodrow Ave., Asheville 

Oakley R. B. Fuher Sayles Road, Biltmore 

West Asheville J. Walter McRary . . 15 Balsam Ave., Asheville 

Asheville Ct. — Elk Mountain John P. Brown R. 1, Asheville 

Emma Mrs. David Carland R. 4, Asheville 

Riverview J: V. Roberts .... Fairfax Ave., W. Asheville 

Bald Creek— Bald Creek A. F. Hensley Bald Creek 

Boring's Chapel Clyde Duncan R. 1, Burnsville 

Deyton Bend R. H. Letterman Green Mountain 

Elk Shoal Ernest Proff it Green Mountain 

Black Mountain — Black Mountain . .R. L. Woodard Black Mountain 

Burnsville — Concord W. J. Baker Burnsville 

Higgins Memorial W. O. Griffith Burnsville 

Candler — Laurel Hill Mrs. Adalee Levi R. 1, Candler 

Montmorenci James G. Rice R. 2, Candler 

Pisgah Belton Warren R. 1, Candler 

Pleasant Hill E. C. Hyatt R. 2, Cand.er 

Snow Hill Floyd Robinson R. 2, Candler 

Fairview — Bethany Luther Clay R. 2, Biltmore 

Fairview M. J. Ashworth R. 1, Fletcher 

Tweed's Chapel Mrs. S. B. Tweed* R. 1, Fletcher 

Flat Rock— Balfour Ralph Gaillard Balfour 

Edneyville Sam Rhodes R. 2, Hendersonville 

Flat Rock J. E. Creech East Flat Rock 

Fruitland A. A. Prestwood R. 1, Hendersonville 

Moore's Grove Robert Johnson R. 2, Hendersonville 

Upward F. B. Capps East Flat Rock 

Fletcher-Mills River — Avery's Creek S. E. Johnston R. 1, Arden 

Fletcher W. S. Burge R. 5, Hendersonville 

Horse Shoe M. E. Allen Horse Shoe 

Mills River Mrs. Frank Cathey R. 1, Arden 

Hendersonville — Hendersonville .... A. R. Johnson, 72S Florida Ave., Hendersonville 

Hot Springs — Antioch C. T. Lawson Hot Springs 

Fairview T. A. Price Hot Springs 

Hot Springs W. T. Davis Hot Springs 

Paint Rock Xavier Lamb Paint Rock 

Laurel — Beech Glen Mrs. E. B. Metcalf* Ivy 

Bright Hope Mrs. J. H. McGee English 

Laurel Mrs. Nell Hill Faust 

Mount Pleasant Alexander English Flag Pond, Tenn. 

Leicester — Dick's Creek Mrs. J. H. Brown Leicester 

Grace C. V. Hall Leicester 

Leicester M. B. Reeves Leicester 

Marshall — Flint Hill J. M. Woodson* Alexander 

Marshall I. A. Dennis Marshall 

Walnut Mrs. A. R. McDevitt Walnut 

Micaville — Bakersville G. L. Hartsell Bakersville 

Celo I. W. Hoover Celo 

Martin's Chapel Mrs. Pearl Robinson Newdale 

Oak Grove C. L. Slagel Toecane 

Windom Mrs. Molly Hensley ' W T indom 

Saluda-Tryon— Saluda H. L. Capps Saluda 

Tryon Byron Rector Tryon 



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Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Sandy — Big Sandy Raymond Wells R. 2, Leicester 

Chestnut Grove Lydia Baldwin R. 2, Leicester 

Little Sandy Mrs. L. B. Reeves R. 2, Leicester 

Teague Chapel .0. H. Reeves R. 2, Leicester 

Western Chapel Ruth Roberson R. 2, Leicester 

Skyland — Skyland Bonnie Lou Roberts Skyland 

Spruce Pine — Penland A. C. Tainter Penland 

Spru ce Pine E. A. Scott Spruce Pine 

S\\ annanoa — Azalea Miss Mary Banner Azalea 

Bethesda Mrs. V. H. Buckner R. 4, Asheville 

Swannanoa Roy M. Holbert Swannanoa 

Tabernacle H. D. Smith Black Mountain 

Weaverville — Weaverville L. P. Garrison Weaverville 

Weaverville Ct. — Alexander's Ch. ..F. P. Rhymer .... 110 Woodrow St., Asheville 

Pleasant Grove R. S. Parker R. 2, Weaverville 

Salem Miss Minerva Brittian Weaverville 

South Fork F. M. Hyatt* Weaverville 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

Ansonville — Ansonville O. E. Ross Ansonville 

Cedar Hill A. E. Hendley R. 2, Wadesboro 

Concord Millard Howell R. 2, Wadesboro 

Bethel-Bogers — Bethel F. S. Morrison R. 1, Midland 

Boger's Chapel Miss Jose Dorton R. 4, Concord 

Charlotte — 

Belmont Park L. M. Smith .. 1511 Central Ave., Charlotte 

Big Spring Warren Porter R. 4, Charlotte 

Brevard Street Geo. B. Livingston, 1112 E. 10th St., Charlotte 

Calvary W. K. Price 2106 Sarah Marks, Charlotte 

Chadwick C. D. Campbell . . Chadwick Station, Charlotte 

Dilworth J. L. Wolfe . . 808 E. Worthington, Charlotte 

First Church E. R. Bucher P. O. Box 2179, Charlotte 

Hawthorne Lane W. H. Halliburton. 435 Beaumont, Charlotte 

Myers Park G. A. Westbrook, Independence Bldg., Char. 

Oakhurst 

Spencer Memorial D. C. Whitaker . . 2710 N. Tryon St., Charlotte 

Wesley Heights C. M. Rogers 1527 W. Trade St., Charlotte 

Duncan Memorial-Derita — Derita . .M. L. Eargle R. 7, Charlotte 

Duncan Memorial A. A. Short N. Brevard St., Charlotte 

Hickory Grove— Hickory Grove G. O. Cook R. 1, Charlotte 

Homestead-Pi. Grove— Homestead .M. H. Love R. 5, Box 123y 2 , Charlotte 

Pleasant Grove C. B. Smith R. 9, Charlotte 

Lilesville — Forestville Mrs. John Spencer Pee Dee 

Lilesville E. V. Quick Lilesville 

Olivet J. A. Goodwin Lilesville 

Savannah Mrs. T. J. Ingram Lilesville 

Wade R. M. Wilburn Wade Mfg. Co., Wadesboro 

Marsh ville — Center Mrs. W. E. Marsh Monroe 

Gilboa H. M. Green Marshville 

Marshville H. X. Guion* Marshville 

Oak Grove Mrs. E. E. Presson* R. 1, Wingate 

Smyrna R. J. Hinson Wingate 

Wingate P. E. Green Wingate 

Matthews — Indian Trail V. A. Moore Indian Trail 

Matthews H. W. Patrick R. 1, Matthews 

Monroe — Central W. Z. Faulkner Monroe 

Monroe Circuit— Bethel R. R. Shover R. 5, Monroe 

Mill Grove Arnold Foard R. 1, Indian Trail 

Union Grove W. R. Ormond Indian Trail 

Unionville Miss Carrie Presson Unionville 

West Monroe Billie Rose R. 2, Monroe 

Zion Mrs. Roy Kindley «. R. 2, Monroe 

Morven— Morven R. B. Hardison* Morven 

Pleasant Hill H. E. Braswell* McFarland 

Sandy Plains T. S. Campbell* R. 1, Chesterfield, S. C. 

Shiloh Mrs. J. D. Ratliff * R. 1, Morven 

Mount Zion— Huntersville H. E. Whitener Huntersville 

Mount Zion B. M. Brown Cornelius 

New Hope-Bethel — Bethel F. H. Ratliff R. 3, Wadesboro 

Long Pine Miss Annie M. Watson .... Mt. Croghan. S. C. 

New Hope Miss Jessie Griggs R. 3, Wadesboro 

Union Xo school 



Western North Carolina Conference 95 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

North Monroe-Grace — Grace J. F. Davis R. 2, Monroe 

North Monroe L. O. Wallace c/o Manetta Mill, Monroe 

Peachland — Fountain Hill Creswell Edwards R. 1, Peachland 

Harmony M. C. Phifer R. 1, Peachland 

Hopewell J. R. Kiker R. 2, Polkton 

Mt. Moriah F. L. Kiker R. 2, Marshville 

Peachland J. T. Britt Peachland 

Pineville— Harrison Phil Hawfield R. 2, Fort Mill, S. C. 

Marvin Earl J. Ezzell R. 3, Waxhaw 

Pineville T. S. Ellington Pineville 

Polkton — Mt. Vernon Mrs. John Porter R. 1, Wadestaoro 

Polkton J. W. Cameron Polkton 

Poplar Hill S. B. Funderburke R. 1, Polkton 

Wightman T. A. Jones R. 2, Polkton 

Prospect — Bethlehem W. O. Starnes R. 4, Monroe 

Carmel R. L. Helms R. 5, Monroe 

Midway Millon Pigg R. 2, Monroe 

Prospect M. D. Staines R. 4, Monroe 

Trinity B. Ward Laney R. 4, Monroe 

Thrift-Moores — Moores F. A. Wilkinson 612 Grandin, Charlotte 

Thrift Earl Hansell Paw Creek 

Trinity— Trinity R. L. Harkey R. 7, Charlotte 

Wadesboro — Wadesboro T. M. Little Wadesboro 

Waxhaw — Heath Memorial F. A. Niven R. 1, Waxhaw 

Mineral Springs J. H. Richardson R. 5, Monroe 

Pleasant Grove R. O. Winchester R. 1, Waxhaw 

Waxhaw H. A. Privett Waxhaw 

Weddington — Bond's Grove Albert Lemmond R. 3, Waxhaw 

Hebron Fred W. Eason R. 2, Waxhaw 

Union W. T. Shannon R. 2, Waxhaw 

Weddington W. E. Kluttz R. 3, Matthews 

Wesley Chapel Frank Hawfield R. 2, Matthews 

GASTONIA DISTRICT 

Belmont — 

Main Street Mrs. C. R. McAdams Belmont 

Park Street C. E. Moore Belmont 

Belwood — David's Chapel John Gantt Fallston 

Double Shoals Woye McMurry R. F. D., Shelby 

Fallston Evan Wilson Fallston 

Kadesh Oscar Hovle R. F. D., Lawndale 

Palm Tree W. C. Shuford Lawndale 

St. Peter's Floyd Hollman R. 3, Vale 

Bessemer City — Bessemer Caesar Ramsey Bessemer City 

Concord John I'. Mason R. F. D., Bessemer City 

Boger City — Asbury Earl Hovis Lincolnton 

Boger City G. B. Goodson Lincolnton 

Cherryville — First Dr. E. S. Wehunt Cherryville 

Cherry ville Circuit — Bethlehem . . . .C. L. Eaker R. 1, Cherryville 

Beulah L. M. Wolfe R. 3, Kings Mountain 

Mary's Grove C. A. Self R. 3, Kings Mountain - 

Park-Grace T. W. Jackson Kings Mountain 

St. Paul C. A. Dalton Shelby 

Cramerton — Cramerton C. E. Mock Cramerton 

Crouse — Antioch Miss Bonnie Heafner R. 5, Lincolnton 

Crouse Lee Beatie Crouse 

Laboratory C. P. IS'avey R. 5, Lincolnton 

Lander's Chapel P. A. Lynch R. 4, Lincolnton 

Pleasant Grove H. H. Heafner R. 5, Lincolnton 

Dallas— Dallas A. A. Willis Dallas 

High Shoals L. H. Miller High Shoals 

Puett's Chapel 1 )avid Wyont R. 1, Besemer City 

Gastonia — 

Bradley Memorial T om Plyler. Spurrier Grocery Co., Gastonia 

Myrtle Chapel i. H. Whitener Myrtle Mill, Gastonia 

East End H. L. Davidson Rhvne St.. Gastonia 

Main Street )r. C. H. Pugh Box 527, Gastonia 

Maylo T. W. Lowe Ranlo Station, Gastonia 

Smyre Marshall Dilling .... Smyre Station, Gastonia 

Trinity Z. Y. Davis Victory Station, Gastonia 

West End V. S. Fayssoux Henry St., Gastonia 

King's Mountain — Central ~i. S. Peeler King St., Kings Mountain 

Lincolnton — First Church 2. R. Jonas Main St., Lincolnton 



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Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Lincolnton Circuit — Ivey C. J. I >rum* R. 4, Lincolnton 

Marvin F. A. Shuford* R. 2, Lincolnton 

McKendree A. Y. McMurry* R. 4, Lincolnton 

Pisgah I >. C. Thornburg* R. 2, Lincolnton 

Lowell — Bethesda A. M. Suggs R. 3, Gastonia 

Lowell VV| H. Holmes Lowell 

South Point F. E. Ellington R. 1, Belmont 

Lowesville —Hill's Chapel E. C. Beaty R. 1, Stanley 

.New Hop*' Glen Sigmon R. F. D., Alexis 

Salem Arch Womack R. 1, Stanley 

Snow Hill K. H. Underwood R. F. D., Mt. Holly 

McAdenville — Ebenezer G. W. Barnes Belmont 

McAdenville George Cavin McAdenville 

Mount Holly — Mount Holly Cecil Rankin Mount Holly 

Polkville — Casar F. M. Newton Casar 

Clover Hill W. C. Edwards R. 1, Belwood 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. A. W. Whisnant R. 1, Casar 

Mt. Harmony I. W. Elliott R. 1, Lawndale 

Polkville E. L. Dillingham R. 5, Shelby 

Rehobeth William Jenkins R. 4, Shelby 

Rock Springs — Bethany C. L. Sherrill R. 1, Sherrill's Ford 

Bethel O. F. Howard R. 1, Davidson 

Denver J. E. Ramsey R. 1, Denver 

Lebanon E. B. Wilkinson* R. 1, Iron Station 

Marvin Miss Virginia Creston R. 1, Iron Station 

Mount Pleasant A. W. Drum* R. 1, Davidson 

Rehobeth J. H. Allran* R. 1, Sherrill's Ford 

AY ebb's Chapel Robert Cline R. 1, Sherrill's Ford 

Shelby- 
Central CM. Moser Shelby 

Lafayette Street Carl Hughes R. 3, Shelby 

Shelby Circuit— Elbethel Z. F. Cranford R. 2, Kings Mountain. 

Pine Grove I. E. Randall R. 2, Shelby 

Salem Fred Anthony R. 2, Kings Mountain 

Sharon D. E. Grigg R. 3, Shelby 

Sulphur Spring's M. R. Biggers R. 2, Shelby 

South Fork— Bethel Manlev White R. 1, Vale 

Ebenezer H. F. Martin R. 3, Vale 

Mount A T ernon M. L. Carpenter R. 2, Lincolnton 

Palm Tree A. B. Johnson R. 3, Vale 

Plateau D. F. Hood R. 1, Vale 

Russell's Chapel C. C. Dalton R. 1, Vale 

Wesley's Chapel Fred Phillips R. 1, Newton 

Zion A. S. Hauser R. 1, Lincolnton 

Stanley — Iron Station O. L. Goodson Lincolnton 

Stanley Russell Handsel Stanley 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

Asheboro — First Church AA\ A. Underwood AVorth St., Asheborc- 

Asheboro Circuit — Cedar Falls A. L. Briles Cedar Falls 

Central Falls W. M. Harrell Central Falls 

AYest Bend Walter Cox Asheboro 

West Chapel Joe Register R. 2, Asheboro 

Mount Pisgah 

AVorthville N. E. Nelson Worthville 

Coleridge — Concord G. AY. Allen Coleridge 

Maple Springs H. A. Needham R. F. D., Bennett 

Mount Olivet T. H. Tvsor Bennett 

Mount Zion T. E. Jones R. F. D., Bennett 

Rehobeth J. W. Dixon Ramseur 

Draper — Draper W. J : Squires Draper 

Farmer — Center 

Eleazer 

Farmer Mrs. W. A. Cranford Farmer 

Macedonia .' 

Mount Tabor Bennie Nance Jackson Creek 

New Hope Mrs. Earl Shaw Eldorado 

Oak Grove O. C. Cranford Farmer 

Salem Sam Arnold Farmer 

Union Mrs. O. D. Thornburg Farmer 

Gibsonville — Gibsonville Paul AVaynick Gibsonville 

Whitsett Xelson Robbins AVhitsett 

Greensboro — 

Bessemer E. D. Grubb 721 Fifth Ave., Greensboro- 



Western North Carolina Conference 97 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Battleground Road — Bethel Thos. C. Hoyle, 2318 Walker Ave., Greensboro 

Joyner Memorial Mrs. C. N. Clapp R. 1, Guilford College 

Pisgah Earl Cain Box 637, R. 2, Greensboro 

Caraway Memorial L. C. Amos Denim Station, Greensboro 

Centenary Geo. H. Roach . . 304 O'Connor St., Greensboro 

College Place F. M. Brown . . 324 S. Eugene St., Greensboro 

Glenwood T. E. Lang-ley 608 S. Elm St., Greensboro 

Proximity H. B. Ritter 46 Fairview St., Greensboro 

West Market Street Ben L. Smith .... 802 Cypress St., Greensboro 

West Greensboro — Muir's C. R. Bird Guilford 

Friendship C. L. Knight R. 1, Guilford College 

Groome Dwight Davis R. 3, Greensboro 

High Point — 

Calvary A. H. Holton Box 1451, High Point 

Highland R. L. Proctor . 321 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Main Street R. W. Sowers . 603 Woodrow Ave., High Point 

Ward Street-Archdale— Archdale W. C. Lowe R. 3, High Point 

Ward Street C. P. Evans R. 2, High Point 

Wes'ey Memorial W. B. Hall Johnston St., High Point 

Jamestown-Oakdale — Jamestown . .R. E. Bundy Jamestown 

Oakdale J. M. Waggoner Jamestown 

Leaksville — First Church F. M. Flinn Leaksville 

Liberty— Bethany Charlie Butler Liberty 

Liberty T. R. Wall Liberty 

Randolph A. J. Lineberry Liberty 

Staley Mrs. S. B. Foushee Staley 

White's Chapel C. T. Kirkmaa R. 1, Liberty 

Lee's Chapel-Grace — Grace S. W. Vaughn . . 7 Vine St., Revo., Greensboro 

Lee's Chapel Walker Scott R. 5, Brown Summit 

Madison — Madison W. L. Marshall Madison 

Mount Pleasant — Mount Pleasant . . J. G. Clapp R. 2, Greensboro 

Oak Ridg-e — Community Thomas Holt Oak Ridge 

Cottrell Memorial Mrs. Fred Williams Oak Ridge 

Oak View— Oak View H. J. Sink R. 1, High Point 

Pleasant Garden — Bethlehem G. C. Allred Climax 

Pleasant Garden C. T. Weatherlv R. 1, Greensboro 

Rehobeth S. S. Clark R. 1, Greensboro 

Ramseur-Franklinville — Ramseur . V. C. Marley Ramseur 

Franklinville J. T. Buie Franklinville 

Randleman — Naomi H. S. Cochran Randleman 

Old Union C. L. Coggins 409 Jones St., High Point 

St. Paul A. M. Floyd Randleman 

Randolph — Ebenezer A. D. Gray R. 2, Trinity 

Mount Gilead Enos Skeen R. 2, Trinity 

Mount Shepherd Mrs. E. P. Walker R. 2, Asheboro 

Mount Vernon C. W. Redding R. 2, Trinity 

Tabernacle Cicero Kindly R. 1, Trinity 

Reidsville — Main Street G. M. McWhorter Reidsville 

Reidsville Circuit — Bethlehem T. A. Moore, Jr R. 3, Reidsville 

Lowe's Robt. Stanfield R. 1, Reidsville 

Mount Carmel Osmond Gupton Reidsville 

Salem Marcus Deal Reidsville 

W r entworth No school 

Ruff in — Hickory Grove R. F. Hazelwood Pelham 

Pelham J. C. Gibbs Pelham 

Ruff in Paul S. Cragan Ruffln 

Spray — Spray J. T. Smith Spray 

Stokesdale — Eden P. R. Webster R. 1, Stokesdale 

Glencoe Mary Frances Knight . . R. F. D., Summerfield 

Mt. Carmel CM. Cook Belews Creek 

Mt. Tabor Mrs. H. J. Gentry R. 2, Stokesdale 

Mt. Zion Joe Vaughan R. 1, Stokesdale 

Stokesdale C. D. McCroin R. 2, Stokesdale 

Stoneville-Mayodan — Centenary .... Frank Carter Stoneville 

Mayodan S. L. Richardson Mayodan 

Price Mrs. Susie Fulcher Price 

Stoneville S. T. Hodgin Stoneville 

Summerfield — Center Henry Winchester R. 2, Greensboro 

Gethsemane Horace Lee R. 2, Greensboro 

Morehead Dan H. Jessup R. 1, Guilford College 

Summerfield C. C. Pierman Summerfield 

Trinity — Fairview A. C. Meredith R. 1, Trinity 

Hopewell H. C. Royals Trinity 

Trinity C. A. Osborn R. 1, Trinity 



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MARION DISTRICT 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Avery — Fairview I. C. Vance Plumtree 

Jonas Ridge W. M. Shuffler Jonas Ridge 

Mount Zion Mrs. R. L. Smith Spruce Pine 

Linville Falls Gurney Franklin Linville Falls 

Pine Grove R. L. Wiseman Spruce Pine 

Pisgah Gordon Davenport Altamont 

Boone — Boone J. D. Rankin Boone 

Bostic — Oak Grove R. R. Randall Caroleen 

Salem Ernest Walker Bostic 

Broad River — Kistler's Chapel J. A. Owen R. 1, Rutherfordton 

Providence D. C. Christy Henrietta 

Tanner's Grove Howard Daniel Forest City 

Wesley's Chapel W. G. Harris Harris 

Cliffside-Avondale — Avondale V. M. Abernethy Avondale 

Cliffside H. C. Beatty Cliff side 

Connelly Springs — Bollinger's Gerald B. Tomlinson Valdese 

Connelly Springs Edwin Perkins Connelly Springs 

Friendship Homer Childers R. 2, Connelly Springs 

Hildebran F. F. Cook Hildebran 

Mount Harmony C. E. Moore R. 2, Connelly Springs 

1 >udley Shoals-Hudson — Cedar Val. D. C. Flowers R. 2, Lenoir 

Colliers Ben Abernethy R. 2, Lenoir 

Ebenezer U. S. Spencer R. 1, Granite Falls 

Hudson H. B. Huss Hudson 

Mount Hermon Troy Hatley Hudson 

Elk Park — Banner Elk James Young* Banner Elk 

Elk Park Mrs. Roy Harmon Elk Park 

Minneapolis Mrs. Foy Buchanan Minneapolis 

Montezuma Bert Harold* Montezuma 

Newland W. A. Wall Newland 

Forest City — Forest City W. L. Smith Forest City 

Gilkey— Gilboa W. B. Callahan Ruth 

Gilkey Mrs. Grant Allen Union Mills 

Mount Hebron E. W. Ross Forest City 

Thermal City Mrs. L. M. Koon Union Mills 

Glen Alpine — Glen Alpine I. H. Giles Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel — Grace Chapel J . P. Marshall R. 2, Granite Falls 

Granite Falls — Granite Falls D. C. Hickman Granite Falls 

Henrietta-Caroleen — Alexander . . . . L. M. Summey Forest City 

Caroleen R. R. Morgan Caroleen 

Henrietta O. J. Mooneyharn Henrietta 

Lenoir — First Church C. W. Porter Lenoir 

Lenoir Circuit — Gamewell R. A. Setzer R. 4, Lenoir 

Harper's Chapel Mrs. C. A. Parlier R. 1, Patterson 

Littlejohn's Reece Corpening R. 4, Lenoir 

Olivet Gwyn Warren R. 4, Lenoir 

South Lenoir Marvin Lindsay Lenoir 

Marion — 

First Church I. H. Tate Madison St., Marion 

Cross Mill-Capernaum J. C. Burnett Marion 

Carson's Chapel Dorothy Schism Marion 

Cross Mill Ray Murray Marion 

Marion Mills — Clinchfleld Fuce Hughes Clinchfield, Marion 

East, Marion Winfleld Wall East Marion, Marion 

Marion Circuit — Concord J. M. Lonon Ashford 

Glenwood J. D. Pyatt Nealsville 

Murphy's Chapel G. C. Conley Marion 

North Catawba Mrs. John McBee R. 3, Marion 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. W. M. Wilson R. 2, Marion 

Pleasant Hill J. M. Parker R. 1, Marion 

Providence Wiley Baker R. 2, Marion 

McDowell — Bethel Mrs. C. B. Queen R. 1, Morganton 

Nebo Leonard Huggins ' Nebo 

Pinnacle Mrs. J. S. Crawley R. 1, Nebo 

Snow Hill C. F. McKee R. 1, Morganton 

Trinity L C. Goforth R. 1 ,Nebo 

Mill Spring — Bethlehem Thad Barber Mill Spring 

Gray's Chapel 

Lebanon Quincy Powell R. 3, Mill Spring 

Maness Chapel Mrs. Margaret Taylor* R. 1, Mill Spring 

New Hope Golden Thompson R. 1, Rutherfordton 



Western North Carolina Conference 99 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Morganton — 

First Church Lawrence Crouch* Morganton 

North Forest- North Morganton . . J. P. McNeely Morganton 

Oak Forest R. I. Bush Burkemont Ave., Morganton 

Morganton Circuit— Bethel L. Milton Hauser R. 4, Morganton 

Bethlehem J. B. Cooper Valdese 

Denton Chapel Mrs. Delia Bollinger R. 1, Morganton 

Mount Pleasant Mrs. W. H. Arney R. 3, Morganton 

Salem E. C. Roper R. 1, Morganton 

Zion L. H. McNeely R. 2, Morganton 

Old Fort— Old Fort Mrs. W. E. Teague Old Fort 

Old Fort Circuit— Bethel Jack Lytle R. 1, Old Fort 

Bethlehem E. T. Burgin R. 1, Old Fort 

Ebenezer Mrs. William Tisdale R. 1, Old Fort 

Piney Grove B. H. Carver R. 1, Old Fort 

Pleasant Grove — Pleasant Grove . . Miss Ozelle Moore R. 1, Forest City 

Rutherford Col. — Abernethy Mem. L. C. Cornwell Rutherford College 

Warlick's Chapel Marcus Lowman Valdese 

Rutherfordton — Rutherfordton G. A. Hines Rutherfordton 

Union 

Spindale — Spindale A. J. Secrest Spindale 

Sunshine — Cedar Grove George Robertson R. 1, Bostic 

Centennial H. P. Biggerstaff R. 2, Rutherfordton 

Hollis Miss Juanita Whisnant Hollis 

Hopewell Miss Beulah Edwards Ellenboro 

Pisgah C. M. Hutchens Union Mills 

Table Rock — Arney's R. A. Moore Perkinsville 

Fair-view Mrs. Pearl Cloer* Joy 

Linville Oval Jaynes R. 2, Nebo 

Mountain Grove A. P. McGimsey Table Rock 

Oak Hill T. C. Harbison R. 2, Morganton 

Valdese — Valdese D. W. Alexander Valdese 

Watauga — Henson's Chapel J. B. Horton Vilas 

Mabel Harvey Combs Mabel 

Valle Crucis J. M. Shull Valle Crucis 

Whitnell — Mount Zion J. R. Moore R. 1, Denoir 

Whitnell Junius Stallings Whitnell 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

Advance — Advance F. J. Felker Advance 

Bailey's L. P. Waller R. 1, Advance 

Cornatzer George McDaniel R. 3, Mocksville 

Fulton W. R. Craver R. 2, Advance 

Mock's M. R. Jones R. 1, Advance 

Albemarle — 

Central R. A. Elder Albemarle 

First Street R. L. Kiser R. F. D., Albemarle 

Tabernacle T. A. Stills Albemarle 

Albemarle Circuit — Bethany R. A. Honeycutt R. 2, New London 

Love's Chapel Bill Hartsell Concord 

Oakboro R. L. Furr Oakboro 

Pine Grove Frank Hartsell Albemarle 

Stony Hill A. P. Kirk Albemarle 

Union Chapel Ed Candler R. 1, Albemarle 

Badin-New London — Badin I. F. Clark Badin 

New London H. W. Culp New London 

China Grove — China Grove F. A. Sides China Grove 

Concord — 

Central T. M. Rowlett Concord 

Epworth T. T. Williams 234 Elm St., Concord 

Forest Hill S. J. Sherrill Liberty St., Concord 

Harmony W. G. Coggins R. 1, Concord 

Kerr Street R. W. Caton 335 Kerr St., Concord 

Rocky Ridge-Mt. Carmel C. E. Cook 195 E. Depot St., Concord 

Rocky Ridge L. L. Stough 221 Simpson St., Concord 

Westford-Shiloh O. D. Benson R. 2, Concord 

Westford T. M. Talbert . . R. 1, Franklin Mill, Concord 

Cooleemee — Cooleemee I. G. Cranford Cooleemee 

Davie — Center W. F. Tutterow Mocksville 

Concord S. D. Daniels R. 4, Mocksville 

Liberty Paul Carter Cooleemee 

Oak Grove Ernie Foster Mocksville 



100 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Salem T. G. Gartner R. 4, Mocksville 

Zion 

E. Spencer- Yadkin — B. Spencer .... Austin Hamilton Salisbury 

Yadkin H. G. Young Salisbury 

Farming-ton — Bethlehem S. H. Smith R. 1, Advance 

Farmington L. F. Brock R. 1, Cana 

Huntsville Elizabeth Meade R. 1, Gana 

Smith Grove W. R. Beeding R. 3, Mocksville 

Wesley Chapel C. H. McMahan R. 2, Mocksville 

Gold Hill— Gold Hill Mrs. O. F. Yelton Gold Hill 

Liberty C. G. Frick Gold Hill 

Rockwell George Hall Rockwell 

Wesley Chapel Glenn Barringer Gold Hill 

Granite Quarrv — Bethel Mrs. C. M. Grant R. 4, Salisbury 

Mount Tabor H. E. Shoaf R. 1, Salisbury 

Providence I. J. Kepley R. 5. Salisbury 

Rock's Grove J. A. Dabbs R. 2, Rockwell 

Shiloh H. S. Melton Granite Quarry 

Kannapolis — Trinity R. M. Cochran .... P. O. Box 491, Kannapolis 

Pandis — Bethpage R. D. Clawson Kannaplois 

Landis Clifford Deal Landis 

Oak Grove P. A. Bostian R. 1, China Grove 

Unity Brooks Edwards R. 2, Concord 

Mocksville — Hardison Sam Dwiggins R. 2, Mocksville 

Mocksville P. J. Johnson Mocksville 

Mount Olivet — Mount Olivet H. A. Scott Kannapolis 

Mount Pleasant— Center Grove P. Z. Shinn R. 1, Stanfield 

Cold Spring S. R. McEachern Mount Pleasant 

Friendship J. T. Hudson R. 4, Concord 

Mount Pleasant C. H. Thaver Mount Pleasant 

St. Pauls R. L. Hartsell R. 4, Concord 

Norwood — Norwood Dr. T. A. Hathcock Norwood 

Norwood Circuit — Cedar Grove . . . . E. L. Lowder R. 1, Norwood 

Green Memorial C. B. Mabry R. 1, Norwood 

Mount Zion George Blalock R. 1 , Norwood 

Randall Crowell Blalock R. 1, Norwood 

Rehobeth T. G. Hamilton R. 1, Norwood 

Pfeiff er — Bethel W. M. Coggins R. 2, New Pondon 

Mount Tabor W. H. Rogers R. 1., Richfield 

Richfield Alton Crowell Richfield 

Zion Fred Arey Richfield 

Rowan — Rowan D. F. Fisher R. 2, Salisbury 

Salem — Oak Grove George Eury R. 1, Mount Pleasant 

Salem R. W. Lowder R. 1, New London 

Salisbury — 

First Church T. F. Harrelson Salisbury 

Coburn Memorial Dr. S. O. Holland Salisbury 

Main Street Tohn Barber 1400 N. Main St., Salisbury 

Park Avenue G. Q. Miller . . 130 W. Henderson St., Salisbury 

Spencer — Central M. L. Kiser Spencer 

Woodleaf — Gay's Chapel C. B. Satterwhite Salisbury 

South River T. H. Steele R. 2, Cleveland 

Woodleaf D. D. Pope, Jr R. 1, Woodleaf 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

Ball's Creek — Center Harold Munday R. 2, Catawba 

Friendship W. C. Brotherton R. 2, Newton 

Mountain View George Jones R. 1, Claremont 

Pisgah D. E. Drum R. 2, Catawba 

St. Paul C. L. Davis R. 1, Maiden 

Bethel-Fairgrove — Bethel T. Parks Whitener r R. 3, Hickory 

Fairgrove Ralph Sigmon R. 2, Newton 

Catawba — Bethlehem Conner Frazier Claremont 

Catawba W. M. Musgrove Catawba 

Concord Clyde York Pong Island 

Hopewell Alva Martin R. 2, Catawba 

Cool Spring — Cool Springs Duran Campbell R. 4, Statesville 

Clarksbury T. W. Elam R. 4, Statesville 

New Salem Toe Webb R. 4, Statesville 

Providence Roy Lazenby R. 4, Statesville 

Rose Chapel Eugene Harmon R. 4, Statesville 



Western North Carolina Conference 101 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Creston — Big- Laurel Bruce Eastridge Creston 

Creston Elnora Baker Creston 

Mountain "View Murphy Roark* R. 1, Creston 

Sutherland Ray Knight Trade, Tenn. 

Thomas Chapel Mrs. D. C. Mock Trade, Tenn. 

Davidson-Fairview — Davidson M. H. Goodrum Davidson 

Fairview W. C. Thompson R. 1, Mooresville 

Elkin— Elkin W. C. Wolfe Elkin 

Elkin Circuit — Boyd's Chapel Charlie Calloway R. F. D., Thurmond 

Ebenezer Mrs. Tom Hayes R. F. D., Elkin 

Grassy Creek Toe D. Dobson R. F. D., Elkin 

Maple Springs Mrs. Silas Poplin R. F. D., Ronda 

Ronda W. E. Sale R. F. D., Ronda 

Elmwood — Cleveland George Bame Barber 

Ebenezer Mrs. D. N. Honeycutt* Mt. Ulla 

Elmwood J. W. Atwell Elmwood 

Knox Chapel F. C. Graham Cleveland 

Helton Circuit — Baldwin C M. Dickson Silas Creek 

Grassy Creek E. R. Duvall Grassy Creek 

Greenwood Eugene Waddell R. 1, Grassy Creek 

Healing Springs R. E. L. Plummer Grumpier 

Helton J. E. Roe Sturgills 

Lansing J. A. Graybeal Lansing 

Hickory — ■ 

First Church G. F. Ivey Hickory 

West "View Lenoir Correll Hickory 

Hiddenite— Beulah 

Center Paschal Waugh R. 1. Hiddenite 

Hiddenite Conway Sharpe Taylorsville 

Liberty T. "V. Williams Hiddenite 

Pisg-ah Jim White R. 2, Hiddenite 

Rocky Springs J. F. Woodfin R. 1, Hiddenite 

Highland-Rhodhiss — Highland W. M. Jones R. 3, Hickory 

Marvin 

Rhodhiss Mrs. Jennie Teague Rhodhiss 

Jefferson — Bethany G. W. Edwards West Jefferson 

Jefferson E. A. Waddell Jefferson 

Orion Lynch Colvard Jefferson 

Zion Clyde Houck Todd 

Jonesville — Hane's Grove W. F. Dickerson Hamptonville 

Jonesville R. G. Boles Jonesville 

Longtown Frank Shore Cycle 

Laurel Springs — Chestnut Hill Ann Caldwell Grumpier 

Laurel Springs E. J. Pugh Laurel Spring's 

Mount Zion Lee Black Piney Creek 

Nathan's Creek Mrs. Kate Dixon Nathan's Creek 

Transou W. B. Scarborough Ore Knob 

Maiden— Maiden R. P. P. Wilkinson Maiden 

May's Chapel W. B. Murray R. 1, Maiden 

Mooresville — 

Broad Street W. W. Howell 110 Kelly St., Mooresville 

Central R. W. Troutman N. Main St., Mooresville 

Mooresville Circuit— Centenary I. L. Plyler Mooresville 

Triplett O. M. Edwards Mt. Ulla 

Moravian Falls — Adley Mrs. Louise Alexander Wilkesboro 

Beulah W. R. Hubbard Moravian Falls 

Charity G. C. McGlammery Wilkesboro 

Ferguson C. E. Johnston Ferguson 

Lebanon Mrs. R. G. Ferguson Goshen 

Miller's Creek Chas. Bumgarner Miller's Creek 

Moriah's Chapel Rose Davis R. 1, Lenoir 

Newton— Newton J. W. Mann Newton 

N. Wilkesboro— North Wilkesboro .A. S. Cassell North Wilkesboro 

Olin— Macedonia Flake Holmes* R. 1, Olin 

Moss Mrs. J. Walker* R. 1, Olin 

Mount Bethel Virgil Green R. 1, Harmony 

Snow Creek Lee Boggs R. 2, Statesville 

Olin C. A. Vanstory Charles 

Turnersburg- 

Shepherd— Rocky Mount Mrs. J. A. Collins R. 1. Troutman 

Vanderburg L. L. Sherrill R. 2, Mooresville 

Wesley Chapel Forney Simpson R. 1, Troutman 

South Iredell — Jones Memorial W. B. Overcash China Grove 



102 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

McKendree E. O. Hager R. 2, Mooresville 

Williamson's Elmer Howard R. 1, Davidson 

Sparta — Cox's Chapel Robert Walls Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Gentry Chapel Miss Jettie Joines Edwards Cross Roads 

Piney Creek Mrs. Grover Enopier Piney Creek 

Potato Creek Nannie Williams Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Shiloh Joe Finney Piney Creek 

Sparta Charles Roe Sparta 

Walnut Branch Hobart Crouse Piney Creek 

Statesville — 

Broad Street C. R. Sloan , Statesville 

Race Street J. R. Rives Statesville 

Statesville Circuit — Bethel A. R. Miller Claremont 

Bethlehem Foy Banier Statesville 

Chapel Hill Minor Bentz R. 1, Statesville 

Midway Russell Douglass R. 6, Statesville 

Shiloh Ralph Tucker R. 1, Statesville 

Trinity D. W. Massey R. 2, Statesville 

Stony Point — Stony Point Mrs. W. K. Nesbitt Stony Point 

Taylorsville— Carson's Clifford Marshall R. F. D., Taylorsville 

Marvin Arnold Alexander R. 1, Stony Point 

Taylorsville C. B. Rich Taylorsville 

Todd Circuit — Blackburn's Ron Davis Todd 

Calvary H. H. Lemly Deep Gap 

Cranberry Mrs. Anna Yates Brown wood 

Fairview J. A. Norris R. 1, Boone 

Hopewell Waldo Tug-man R. 2, Boone 

Pine Swamp Blacke Hartzog Idlewild 

Pleasant Valley O. G. Winebarger Meat Camp 

Troutman — St. John's Toe Sherrill R. 3, Statesville 

Troutman Guy Matheson Troutman 

Warrensville — Ashley D. D. Weaver Amy 

Clifton Trene Eller Clifton 

Mill Creek Frank Tucker Clifton 

Smethport Henry Bewis Smethport 

Warrensville W. H. Jones Warrensville 

West Jefferson — West Jefferson . . . . T. E. Parker West Jefferson 

Wilkesboro — Roaring River C. W. Scroggs Roaring River 

Union C. W. Mahaff ey Cricket 

Wilkesboro Fred Gilreath Wilkesboro 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

Andrews — Andrews I. M. Boone Andrews 

Bethel— Bethel Chas. Osborne R. 2, Canton 

Pisgah Tra H. Cogburn Cruso 

Riverside Edgar Burnette* R. 2. Canton 

Brevard — Brevard T. E. Rufty Brevard 

Brevard Circuit — East Fork No school 

Bake Toxaway W. H. Arrowood Bake Toxaway 

Oak Grove C. H. Trowbridge Brevard 

Rosman I. E. White Rosman 

Selica W. R. Breedlove R. 3, Brevard 

Wolf Mountain R. T. Allison Wolf Mountain 

Bryson City — Bryson City W. B. Nesbit Bryson City 

Canton — Canton G. C. Suttles Canton 

Clyde — Clark's Chapel Hershel Hipps R. 1, Canton 

Clyde R. C. Cannon Clyde 

Harmony Grove Tess Willis R. 1, Canton 

Liberty Albert Reno N. Main St., Canton 

Cullowhee — Cullowhee David H. Brown Cullowhee 

Speedwell Bowman Bumgarner . . . r Speedwell 

Crabtree — Crabtree Bowery Ferguson R. 1, Clyde 

Davis Chapel H. B. Brown R. 2, Waynesville 

Fincher's Chapel Glenn Terrell R. 2, Waynesville 

Mt. Zion John Rogers R. 1, Clyde 

Dellwood — Balsam Mrs. D. T. Knight Balsam 

Dellwood T. J. Carpenter R. 2, Waynesville 

Elizabeth T. B. Swayngin R. 1, Waynesville 

Maple Grove Hardy Liner R. 2. Waynesville 

Fines Creek — Baldwin Chapel Tohn Baldwin Joe 

Catalooche Will Palmer Nellie 



Western North Carolina Conference 103 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Fines Creek Harlie Rathbone R. 1, Clyde 

Laurel Hill 

Pine Grove Bonnie Duekett R. 1, Clyde 

Spring Creek H. S. Davis Spring Creek 

Franklin — Franklin Dr. W. E. Furr Franklin 

Franklin Circuit — Bethel Mrs. Pritchard Peek R. 1, Franklin 

Clark's Chapel C. A. Rogers Prentice 

Iotla R. L. Poindexter R. 3, Franklin 

Salem Mrs. Ethel Bryson Cullasaja 

Snow Hill .1. C. Sorrell West Mill 

Hayesville — Bethel Xeal Rogers Shooting Creek 

Hayesville G. H. Haigler Hayesville 

Ledford's Chapel French Cabe R. F. D., Hayesville 

Myers Chapel Ethel Penland ... R. F. D., Young Harris, Ga. 

Oak Forest J. M. Coleman R. F. D., Hayesville 

Sweet Water W. M. Carter R. F. D., Hayesville 

Tusquittee Frank Moore R. F. D., Hayesville 

Highlands — Cashiers T. A. Dillard Cashiers 

Clear Creek Mrs. Ed Pickleseimer Highlands 

Glenville I. M. Cunningham Glenville 

Highlands VV. S. Davis Highlands 

Horse Cove M. Edwards Highlands 

Norton D. Bryson* Norton 

Jonathan — Hemphill Mrs. John Cook R. 2, Waynesville 

Shady Grove Glenn A. Boyd R. 2, Waynesville 

Junaluska — Long's Chapel R. H. Terrell R. 2, Waynesville 

Macon — Asbury Chas. Moff itt Otto 

Dryman's Chapel Earl Cabe R. 2, Franklin 

Maiden's Chapel Nannie Roane R. 1, Franklin 

Mount Zion Mrs. J. H. Slagle R. 1. Franklin 

Mulberry Marvin Howard R. 1 , Dillard, Ga. 

Patton's Chapel Roy Mashburn R. 1, Franklin 

Union Frank Fleming R. 2, Franklin 

Murphy — Murphy Dale Lee Murphy 

Murphy Circuit — Bellview J. W. Hatchett R. 2. Murphy 

Martin's Creek Mrs. Lon Stalcup R. 2, Murphy 

Ogden Miss Christine Anderson Brasstown 

Peachtree W. A. Boyd R. 1, Murphy 

Ranger Fred Kilpatrick R. 2, Murphy 

Tomotla Atkins Keener Tomotla 

Robbinsville — Judson H. C. Enloe .Tudson 

Maple Springs Oscar Saunders . . Maple Springs Rd., Almond 

Robbinsville J. J. Snider Robbinsville 

Topton E. B. King Topton 

Sylva — Dillsboro M. B. Cannon Dillsboro 

Sylva J. C. Allison Sylva 

Waynesville — Waynesville Hugh Sloan Waynesville 

Webster — East Laport T. F. Robbins East Laport 

John's Creek R. S. Green Oowarts 

Love Chapel George Extine Sylva 

Webster L. H. Cannon Webster 

Wesleyana Garland Buchanan Gay 

Whittier — Echota Julius Taylor R. 1, Whittier 

Ela G. L. Crawford R. 1. Brvson Citv 

Olivet L. A. Hipps R. 1, Whittier 

Shoal Creek T. E. Freeman Cherokee 

Whittier Glen Stallcup Whittier 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

Ararat — Carter's Chapel M. H. Hooker R. 1, Ararat, Va. 

Chestnut Grove M. E. Hiatt R. 1 , The Hollow, Va. 

Hatcher's Chapel L. P. Overby R. 1, Brim, Va. 

Hunter's Chapel Mrs. D. H. Gates R. 1, Ararat, Va. 

Mount Herman Miss Emma King R. 2, Mt. Airy 

Danbury — Bethesda T. F. Rothrock Walnut Cove 

Danbury Mrs. J. S. Taylor Danburv 

Davis Chapel W. J. Adkins Walnut Cove 

Forest Chapel Mrs. Chas. Terrv Walnut Cove 

Pine Hall Mrs. T. D. Preston Pine Hall 

Davidson — Arcadia L. O. Hartman R. 2, Olemmons 

Centenary J. E. Brewer R. 1, Clemmons 

Good Hope Raymond Hill R. 4, Lexington 

Mount Olivet R. W. Zimmerman R. 1 , Lexington 



104 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Denton — Clarksbury H. M. Fritts R. 2, Lexington 

Denton Baxter Carter Denton 

Jackson Hill Lee Smith Denton 

Xewsom B. C. Stokes Newsom 

Pleasant Grove C. L. Holton Trinity 

Siloam Forest Holton Denton 

Dobson — Dobson E. M. Bryant Dobson 

Pleasant Ridge Ed Snow R. 2, Elkin 

Rockford W. L. Rummely Rockford 

Siloam Mrs. J. R. Marion Siloam 

Stony Knoll Dallas Coe Star Route, Rockford 

Doubs — Brookstown J. R. Sherrill R. F. D., Pfafftown 

Doubs Gray Doub R. 1, Tobaccoville 

New Hope C. C. Ausband Box 401, Winston-Salem 

Forsyth Circuit — Marvin Chapel . . . .C. C. Armfield R. 1, Winston-Salem 

Mount Tabor A. B. Scroggs R. 1, Winston- Salem 

Pine Grove J. C. Brewer R. 1, Winston-Salem 

Hanes — Bethel Clyde W. Snider R. 2, Winston-Salem 

Clemmons G. K. Foster R. 2, Winston-Salem 

Hanes .1. M. Wood Hanes 

Kernersville — Kernersville George Fulp, Jr Kernersville 

Shady Grove Wade Smith High Point 

Lewisville — Concord Ernest Doub R. 1, Clemmons 

Lewisville C. M. Lasley R. 1, Clemmons 

Sharon T. G. Trivett R. 1, Winston-Salem 

Union E. R. Wall R. 1, Lewisville 

Lexington — 

Erlanger-Ebenezer Marshall Koontz R. 4, Lexington 

Erlanger O. J. Marley Lexington 

First Church J. F. Spruill Box 543, Lexington 

Linwood — Cotton Grove Stokes Feezer R. 6 .Lexington 

Linwood Grady Wilson R. 1, Linwood 

Macedonia R. J. Crowell Southmont 

Tyro H. G. Michael R. 1, Linwood 

Mount Airy — Central Robt. M. Smith Mount Airy 

Rockford Street W. R. Kiger Mount Airy 

Mt. Airy Circuit — Beulah T. W. Fowler R. 6, Mount Airy 

Epworth S. M. Westmoreland R. 5, Mount Airy 

New Hebron H. A. Johnson R. 3, Mount Airy 

Imogene D. C. Carson R. 6, Mount Airy 

Oak Grove G. C. Hauser Mount Airy 

Pleasant View W. D. Wall R. 2, Mount Airy 

Salem E. L. Brown R. 5, Mount Airy 

Zion Julius Miller R. 6, Mount Airy 

Pilot Mountain — Chestnut Grove .... Gaston Gentry R. F. D., King 

Fair view S. B. Fulk R. F. D., Pinnacle 

New Hope Arthur Needham R. 1, Mount Airy 

Pilot Mountain P. E. Simmons Pilot Mountain 

Pinnacle R. V. Wall Pinnacle 

Whitakers 

Reeds — Bunker Hill L. A. Stafford R. 1, Kernersville 

Reeds Dr. F. L. Mock R. 3, Lexington 

Rural Hall — Antioch Frank Stroupe Tobbaccoville 

Bethel Sam Merritt Rural Hall 

Germanton J. C. Carson Germanton 

Mount Pleasant J. W. Mickey Tobaccoville 

Rural Hall Mrs. D. M. Wright Rural Hall 

Trinity W. D. Thomas Tobaccoville 

Sandy Ridge— Delta I. J. Terrell R. 1, Sandy Ridge 

Mount Hermon W. J. Manuel R. 1, Madison 

Mount Zion D. W. Smith R. 1, Price 

Sandy Ridge W. W. Dodson Sandy Ridge 

Snow Hill A. J. Wall R. 1, Lawsonville 

Thomasville — Main Street Charles F. Lambeth Thomasville 

Thomasville Circuit — Fair Grove . . J. H. Fritts * . . R. 2, Thomasville 

Fairview R. E. Motsinger R. 1, Thomasville 

Pine Woods M. W. Veach R. 1, Thomasville 

Pleasant Hill W. A. Shore R. 1, Trinity 

Prospect M. G. Maner R. 1, Thomasville 

Unity A. L. Stone R. 1, Thomasville 

Trinity-Bethel — Bethel G. C. Baity R. 2, Thomasville 

Johnsontown Lester Tysinger R. 2, Thomasville 

Trinity T. W. Harrison . . 110 Jewell St., Thomasville 

Walkertown — Love's Chapel P. Frank Hanes Walkertown 



Western North Carolina Conference 105 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Walnut Cove — Palmyra C. R. Blaylock R. 1, Walnut Cove 

Bethlehem A. A. Bowman R. 2, Walnut Cove 

St. Marks Rev. Ed Pegram Walkertown 

Stokesburg Prof. J. C. Colly Walnut Cove 

Welcome — Center Baxter Bates R. 4, Lexington 

Midway O. L. Fishel R. 1, Lexington 

New Mount Vernon Ivey Yokley R. 5, Winston- Salem 

Winston- Salem — 

Ardmore B. H. Plint .... Hood System Bank, W. -Salem 

Burkhead M. G. Hunt Bon Air, Winston-Salem 

Centenary Rev. W. O. Weldon, Centenary Ch., W. -Salem 

Central Terrace T. S. Womble . 1100 S. Hawthorne, W. -Salem 

Grace E. H. Beeson 138 N. Broad St., W. -Salem 

Green Street A. H. Kimel 715 S. Green St., W. -Salem 

Hiatt-Sedge Garden — Crews T. A. Stanley R. 3, Winston-Salem 

Hiatt Memorial Jack Jenkins 1914 E. 25th St., W.-Salem 

Mt. Olive Mrs. C. M. Phelps R. 1, Walkertown 

Sedge Garden W. F. Yokley R. 1, Kernersville 

Ogburn M. — Ogburn Memorial . . .Carl Clodfelter R. 3, Winston-Salem 

Oak Summit L. L. Walker . P. O. Box 1112, Winston-Salem 

Shiloh A. B. Newsome R. 3, Germantown 

Yadkinville — Boonville L. P. Amburn Boonville 

Center J. L. Long Yadkinville 

East Bend Mrs. Nora Ward East Bend 

Mount Pleasant E. A. Fleming Boonville 

Prospect P. R. Matthews East Bend 

Yadkinville Raymond Cleary Yadkinville 



IX 

Statistical Tables 



TABLE NO. 1 — Membership, Church Property, Insurance, Wo- 
man's Work. 

TABLE NO. 2 — Church Papers, Epworth Leagues, Church School, 
Lay Activities. 

TABLE NO. 3 — Financial Statistics. 

TABLE NO. 4 — Superannuate Endowment. 

TABLE NO. 5— Country Church Reports. 



AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined and checked the pastors' reports of 
the nine Districts of the Western North Carolina Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, as submitted, and from these reports have compiled the 
statistical data as set forth in Tables Nos. 1, 2 and 3, attached hereto, and they 
are all in balance. 

(Signed) H. C. NORTHROP, C. P. A., 



November 1, 193 7. 



By Harry C. Northrop. 



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Ansonville 

Bethel-Bogers 

Charlotte — Belmont Park . 

Big Spring 

Brevard Street 

Calvary 

Chadwick 

Dilworth 

Duncan Memorial-Derita 

First Church 

Hawthorne Lane 

Myers Park 

Spencer Memorial 

Wesley Heights 

Hickory Grove 

Homestead 

Huntersville 

Lilesville 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Monroe-Central 

Monroe Circuit 

Morven 

Mt. Zion 

New Hope-Bethel 

North Monroe-Grace 

Peachland 

Pineville 

Polkton 

Prospect 

Thrift-Moores 

Trinity 

Wadesboro 

Waxhaw 

Weddington 



326 
524 
915 
154 
582 
563 
627 
1265 
292 
2814 
1424| 
631 
113 
538 
434 
108 



388| . 

5341. 

5691 

968 j 

454| . 

8001. 

8521 

4271. 

2731 

567[ 

5361. 

406| 

7531. 

268| . 

475| . 

769| . 

619!. 

559| 



191 
351 
23 
211 
20| 
15| 
9| 
28| 



24| 
28| 
271 



7 

2 

30 

11 

8 

20 

9 

61 

136 

1341 

97 

- 561 

18| 

28 

17! 

8 1 

453| 

4 1 
19 

3 
38| 

41 

151 

13| 

8 

91 

10| 

6| 

5 

7 1 

91 

18! 

281 

HI 

31 



15 
10 
60 
8 
17 
22 

*T 

56 

mi 
805| 
99 
301 
6 
94 
12 



3 

171 

77 

37 

301 

41 

34| 

251 

58! 

311 

96i 

ll| 

71 

31 

1251 

191 

14 

39| 



1 



326 
550 
916 
159 
5S6 
579 
577 

1290 
433 

2172 

1452 

691! I 

501! | 

496| | 

449| | 

424| | 

4491 1 

412| I 

5551 | 

498| | 

989| 1 

430! | 

8141 | 

851| ! 

445| I 

249| 2| 

569| 1 

4661 1 

416| | 

762| | 

302| | 

3681 1 

802| | 

644| | 

521| | 



20 
30 



22 
1 
3 

12 

7 



16 32 

10 4 

7| 7 

8| 2 



HI 
51 
21 

6] 19 

1| 13 

^J 15 

377 



Totals 



51571 



171 6561 13051 19621 221731 



1441 



Western North Carolina Conference 



107 



TABLE NO. 1 



DISTRICT 



C H U B C H PROPERTY 


INSURANCE 


Ms 

SB 

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11 

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3 


4| 4| 12000| 150| 1 
1| lj 50000| 11000| J 
1| 1| 10000| 45( 1 
1| lj 325000| 35000| 1 
lj l| 35000J i "' 


5000 

3000 

1500 

10000 

12500 




17000 






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10000 

2600 

161000 

18000 

4600 

5000 

109000 


1 1 




'?, 






i 1 




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1 1 




4 


12000 








5 


1| 3j 150001 2788 








6 


1| 1| 7500 
1| 1| 300000 
3| 4| 16500 
6| 6 7500 
5J 5 6250 












1 1 




7 


120875| . . 


10000 





700 


i 1 




8 


j 


i 1 




9 


1 1 

1 1 

1 1 

| 1 

| 1 

| 1 

| 1 

1 2 

j 1 

20000] 1 


500 
1200 
5000 
2000 
5000 
2500 
1000 
6000 
3000 
6000 

300 
2000 
2500 
2000 
1600 
2500 
4000 






1500 


j 1 




10 






1 [ 




11 


11 1| 13000 






3000 
7500 






IX 


lj 11 25000 










13 


51 5| 17500 










14 


5| 5 20000 










15 


3 3| 15000 
5| 5| 21500 
3| 3i 18500 






3000 
2000 






16 










17 






5000 
62500 






18 


II 1 


125000 

6700 

5500 

30000 











19 


4| 4 

41 4 












■'ii 


] 1 

........ 1 











-I 


3| 3 







1500 






"" 


3| 3 


7200... 1 1 










r13 


5| 5| 16500 


1 1 

| 1 

| 1 










?A 


2| 21 11500 




6500 






V,5 


5| 7 6500 








1 




26 


3 2| 7000 
2| 2 13400 
4| 4| 12800 






3700 
7500 
1000 
7000 


| 1| 3000 




27 


| 1 

] 1 

. . 1 1 


2500 
3000 
5000 
2000 


480 




"X 






29 


1| lj 40000 






| | 




30 


5| 6| 4000 j 1 






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31 














90| 95I1201350| 189858 271 101600] 12480] 17700| 421900| [ 1|3000| | 


DISTRICT 


3 


3 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
5 
6 

i 

5 
4 
3 

4 
2 
5 
3 
4 
5 
o 

1 
4 


200OO 

27000 

37000 

4300 

25000 

50000 

16000 

350000 

2000 

750000 

117000 

242000 

30000 

40000 

25000 

4000 

7500 

14000 

37853 

23000 

90000 

5800 

22000 

30000 

22000 

5000 

16400 

34000 

20200 

15000 

18000 

16000 

55000 

30000 

12400 




1 
1 
1 


2500 
2500 
4000 
200 
7000 
5000 
4000 

25000 
2500 

12500 
9500 

12000 
4000 
1500 
2500 
475 
2000 
3500 
3000 
3500 
7500 







6500 

8000 

21500 

10000 

12000 

10000 

8000 

104000 

3300 

393000 

86500 

114500 

22000 

35000 

10500 








1 


2 












?, 


1 


1200 










3 


1 








4 


1 


1200 

51450 



234000 
11000 
85000 

31500 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 



750 






| 




5 


1 









6 


1 












7 


1 


1700 

5000 
6000 


25000 

150000 
3000 








H 


2 








9 


1 








10 


1 








1 1 


1 








1H 


1 








n 


1 












14 


1 








1] 2500 
. . . . | .... 





15 


2 


852 


125 
350 


Hi 


3 




16 

2500 


100 



500 









4500 

535 




1 
1 
1 

1 
1 




3200 
4600 

10500 
9000 

42000 






.... 


17 


6 











IS 


6 








19 


o 


452 











"ll 


1 









•'1 


5 














.;., 


4 


1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

1 


7200 
5000 
4000 
3000 
1800 
4000 
2500 
3000 
6000 
4000 
10000 
3200 
1800 






14300 
5000 






. . . 


23 


1 












'•H 


4 












"". 


2 






1000 
8500 
9150 
4000 
4000 
2000 
5500 
24250 
9500 
5000 









"6 


4 













"7 


3 













•>s 


4 













•") 


5 













30 


2 






1 


| 160 




160 


'H 


1 






T> 


1 




1000 
5000 








33 


4 








34 


5 











35 


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Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 1 



GASTONIA 



M E M B E It S II I 1* 



c ^ 



a. 2 



H Is 

S s 



Belmont — Main Street 

Park Street 

Belwood 

Bessemer City 

Boger City 

Cherryville 

Cherryville Circuit 

Cramerton 

Crouse 

Dallas 

Gastonia — Bradley Memorial 

East End 

Main Street 

Maylo 

Smyre 

Trinity 

West End 

Kings Mountain 

Lincoln Circuit 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

Lowesville 

McAdenville 

Mt. Holly 

Polkville 

Rock Springs 

Shelby — Central 

Lafayette Street 

Shelby Circuit 

South Fork 

Stanley 



306 

540 

1068 
430| 

' 414| 
503 
584 
257 
664 
443 
508 
245 

1240 
194] 
257| 
383i 
236 
395 
33(1 
6oo 
469 
608 
271 
;,;,7 
688 
900 

1142 
453 
689 

1157 
361 



■is 
19 
19| 



12 



11 


11 


8 


17 


11 


5 


5 




16 


36 


13 


26 


8 


58 


61 


30 


25 


39 


20 


106 


4 


8 


16 


6 


18 


16 


2 


5 


31 


26 


11 


9 


6 


13 


5 


6 


16 


17 


26 


16 


1 


15 


100 


44 


12 


10 


10 


13 


11 


45 


7 


6 



305 
494 
1120 
459 
431j 
500 
579 
265 
691 

■130 

515 
211 

1303 
188j 
185 
388 
258 
4(16 
340 
632 
176 
6ot 
285 
573 
708 
889 

1221 
483 
700 

1138 
373 



6 

4 
48 
10 
14 
14 



15 

3 

15 

16 

8 

II 
4 

10 

8 

4 

20 



9 

16 

19 

3 

6 

299 



Totals | 16904| 



739| 17150[. 



■ I 187| 



GREENSBORO 



1 


Asheboro — First Church .... 


848 
387 
271 
401 
355 
243 
293 
305 
442 
596 
707 
1156 
400 
339 

2367 
4 1 It 

184 
877 
498 
1914 
335 
394 
101 
348 
238 
266 
167 
97S 
492 
494 
669 
937 
830 
442 
497 
726 
300 
634 




2 




29 

91 

1 

27 

10 


66 

4 

6 

6 

7 

2 

4 

7 

7 

9 

96 

107 

19 

130 

13 

170 

14 

2 

13 

55 

119 

1 

54 

4 

10 

7 

12 

10 

10 

5 

10 

94 

39 

2 

7 

4 

3 

10 

31 

363 


21 

9 

27 

6 

8 

8 

31 

25 

24 

78 

41 

127 

10 

9 

628 

15 

4 

158 

17 

186 

9 

12 

2 

10 

13 

2 

54 

28 

130 

9 

397 

31 

8 

24 

S 

2 

104 

5 


922 




8 


24 




473 
253 
428 
364 
237 
270 
335 
430 
543 
811 

1189 
412 
489 
571 

1989 
427 
197 
757 
571 

1954 
337 
441 
418 
372 
250 
' 289 
176 
378 
372 
520 
371 
984 
848 
456 
513 
769 
403 
626 
360 




89 


•j 







1 
2 


1 


4 




24 








fi 







1 
1 










1 

1 

1 
2 

3 

2 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 




4 
48 

5 
16 
49 
53 
17 
30 
22 
77 

9 
14 
24 
33 
104 
10 

15 
24 
IS 
13 
53 
16 
5 
24 

39 

24 
10 
35 
47 
94 
64 
2 


1 


8 


Greensboro — Battle Gr. Road 


38 


l ) 






2 


in 
11 


Carraway Memorial 




4 

6 

11 


16 
36 


I" 




14 


r: 




13 


i i 








26 


1 ", 






5 
11 


16 


16 




33 


17 


High Point — Calvary 


7 


18 


1 

1 


5 


8 


1'' 


Main Street 


16 


•>n 




33 


•'1 




31 
1 


55 


_!_' 




9 

5 


'M 








6 











22 


''6 









18 




Mt. Pleasant 




9 
1 
1 


14 


''8 






?q 




10 


30 


Ramseur-Franklinville 




31 






20 












33 
34 


Reidsville — Main Street .... 






33 
24 


35 


Ruffln 






10 


36 






4 
10 


19 


37 




9 


3N 


Stoneville-Mayodan 


94 


39 


i 










63 


to 




1 















Totals 



>260f.' 



20| 1166| 1532| 2308| 23105| 



807 



Western North Carolina Conference 



109 



— (Continued) 



DISTRICT 



83| 



CHURCH PROPERTY 


INSURANCE 


I* 

go 
•83 

fe c 
•5 .2 

P 


S 

c 
■3 
B 

f S 

I 5 


15 
P5 § 
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to 

c 
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6 
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a 


3 2 

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a 

5 
a 


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3 

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a to 

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£ 

o 
3 


O 

i 


3 


]| 1 


30000 
10000 


3525 
600 

18000 


1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


6000 . . 


22000 
8000 


| 







1 

•1 


1| 1 


4500 
4600 
4500 
4500 
5000 


562) 








7 6 


52000 


| 


24500 

1600 

12000 

20000 









3 


21 21 2200 


4S5| 

| 






1 


2] 21 25000 









5 


1| 1 60000 
5| 4 28000 


| 








fi 




1 


1500 








7 


11 1 
51 5 


30000 
19900 
31000 
25000 
6500 
280000 
22000 
20000 
22000 


4000 
36900 


11 3000 
1 1000 
1| 3000 
1 5000 


| 1 






K 


| 






9 


3J 3 




19500 
15000 
5000 
100000 
10000 
12000 
14000 






in 


21 2 


| 






1 1 


1 1 


1 
1 


4500 
40000 


| 






1'^ 


1 1 








13 


l| 1 








14 


11 1 




1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 


6000 
4000 
4500 
6000 
4000 
9000 
5000 
2500 
3000 
9000 
5000 
5000 


| 






15 


1| 1 


| 






16 


1| 1 


3500 








17 


1 1 1 35000 


2000 


1900 










18 


4 4 


305001 350 
90000 4500 
39400| 3000 
20600 




18400 

27000 

12500 

5500 

9000 







1't 


1 1 




| 








I'll 


3| 3 










"1 


4| 4 


| 








.,., 


2| 2 
1 1 


10500 
32000 
55000 
14000 
175000 
1600 
23200 


1000 
160 

13000 

1525 


300| 

| 3000 

| 








33 


12000 
6600 
1600 

72000 
1600 








"1 


6 6 








25 


8| 8 


| 








^6 


1 1 


1 


20000 


6350| 

| 








27 


1 


1 

5 
8 
2 


1| 3500 
11 3000 
1 4000 
1 300 i 








"S 




| 


13950 
7000 
1000 








•"I 


8 


28500 












30 


2 


5000 










31 




























81| 122274| 88560| 



50| 183600| 9597I 4200|451750| | | |. 



DISTRICT 



125000 
5500 
7500 
19700 
8500 
25000 
13000 
26700 
18000 
15000 
62000 
1| 100000 
1| 25000 
30000 
24000 
283650 
50000 
30000 
35000 
62000 
2| 295000 
2 
1 



7n 



368" 
20000 



13500 
1345 



1400 
1240 

220001 

350001 3500 

95001 

10000 

16000| 400 

5000 

7500 900| 
30000 
19000 
30150 

8000| 

85000 

150001 

165001 

100001 

28800| 600 

100001 

16000| 

23500| 



15000 



21100 
3500 
500 
1500 
5000 
5000 
3500 
6200 

10000| 

10300| 
600| 

10000 
6000 

94000 
5000 
3000 
5000 
5000 

23000 

700 

5500 

50 



1000| 

750|. 
100 . 



1| 4000 
1| 3000 



31100 
7000 
4300 
4000 
15000 
60001 
20001 
4500| 
50001 



23 020 | 
230 



2400| . 
41001. 

1207| 



300 1 



200l)| 
I 



800 
1500| 



KMI 



1700| 
914| 



39500 

1500 

3000 

4500 

5000 

12900 

5000 

15750| 

14500! 

13000| 

17000| 

44600| 

15000J 

30000| 

9000| 

1010001 

21800| 

270001 

9750| 

41000| 

131500| 

150001 



6.5001. 

5000| . 

7300| . 

4500|. 

3500| . 
210001. 
14750|. 

6100]. 

35001. 
545001. 

40001. 
102001. 

70001. 



6000|. 

78001. 

10700|. 



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.30 
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,|33 
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. 136 
,|37 
,38 
,139 
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96! 1657500| 734851 



34| 280150| 36107! 70141 7496501 



110 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 1 



MARION 



M E M B E R S H I P 



1 s 



la 



9 
10 

11 
12| 

in 

14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20| 
211 
22 
23| 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



Boone 

Bostic 

Broad River 

Cliffside-Avondale 

Connelly Springs 

Dudley Shoals-Hudson . . . 

Forest City 

Gilkey 

Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel 

Granite Falls 

Henrietta 

Lenoir — First Church .... 

Lenoir Circuit 

Marion — First Church 

Cross Mills 

Marion Mills 

Marion Circuit 

McDowell Circuit 

Mill Spring 

Morganton — First Church 

North Forest 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort 

Old Fort Circuit 

Pleasant Grove 

Rutherford College 

Rutherfordton 

Spindale 

Table Rock 

Valdese 

Watauga 

Whitnell 



312| 
629] 
386 
445| 
6881 
500i 
32 lj 
486| . 
317 . 



423 . 

325| . 
733| 
460| 

59 2 j 
203| . 

272| . 
306, 



846 

307 

697 



347 
237 
464 
295 
411 
136 
i is 

306 



2 1 
22| 

41 
111 

8 I 
•"• 
8 1 
7 

18 

11 



19| 
L6 
471 

10 

17 
23| 
711 
17 
15 
IT 
21| 
28 
13 
39 

10 

28 
11 
64 
21 

7 

6 



16T 
61 

2 



347 
675 
390 
441 
687) 
515 1 
324 1 
435 
321 
264 
137 
319 
TTS 
513 
620 
206 
25 6 
367 
546 
343 
S85 
307 
715 
214 
265 
367 
263 
454 
308 
423 
160 
457 
342 



Totals I 133521 



494| 732| 653| 13944| 



1 2| 

1| 31 

. . I 14 



12 

25 

37 

10 

2 

9 

6 

11 

3 

3 

9 

4 

9 

11 

4 



10 

4 

10 

1 

22 
3 

10 
12 

16 

8 
12 
15 



29 
320 



SALISBURY 



9 1 

in 

II 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21| 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28| 
29 
30| 

3 1 

32| 

33 
34| 



Advance 

Albemarle — Central 

First Street 

Albemarle Circuit 

Badin-Tabernacle 

China Grove 

Concord — Central 

Bpworth 

Forest Hill 

Harmony 

Kerr Street 

Westford 

Concord Circuit 

Cooleemee 

Davie 

East Spencer 

Farming-ton 

Gold Hill 

Granite Quarry 

Kannapolis 

Landis 

Mocksville 

Mt. Pleasant 

New London 

Norwood 

Norwood Circuit 

Salem 

Salisbury — Coburn Memorial 

First Church 

Main Street 

Park Avenue 

Spencer — Central 

Woodleaf 

Yadkin-Rowan 



759 




8 


825 




18 


510 





26 


621 





14 


430 




60 


i:.s 




6 


449 


1 


11 


348 


1 


4 


839 




25 


181 




6 


228 




24 


324 


1 


12 


596 


2 


4 


401 




5 


788 


1 


37 


449 


2 


12 


868 





20 


:,"3 


2 


12 


472 




18 


124S 


1 


64 


349 





3 


390 




6 


947 





19 


106 





111 


489 


2 


8 


160 





161 


447 


1 


16! 


650 


1 


28| 


1277 


2 


47! 


119 




T 


568 







11 


757 


1 


22| 


199 




5| 


170 




15| 



14 

61 

30| 

17 
37 



401 
-' 

22 



4 

26 

36 

10 

29 

10 

210 

63 

6 

9 



21' 

31 

211 

25 

88| 

H 

17 

19 

34 

H 



761 
834 
542 
639 
509 
169 
469 
344 
836 
185 
244 
3,06 
614 
380 
821 
264 

X3,X 
538 
486 

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Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 1 



STATESVILLE 



MEMBERSHIP 



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29 
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32 
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Bethel-Fair Grove 

Catawba 

Cool Springs 

Creston 

Pavidson-Fairview 

Elkin 

Elkin Circuit 

Elmwood 

Helton 

Hickory — First Church . . . 

Hig'hland-Rhodhiss 

West View 

Hiddenite 

Jefferson 

Jonesville 

Laurel Springs 

Maiden 

Mooresville — Broad Street 

Central 

Jones Memorial 

Mooresville Circuit 

Moravian Falls 

Newton 

North Wilkesboro 

Olin 

Shepherds 

Sparta 

Statesville — Broad Street . 

Race Street 

Statesville Circuit 

Stony Point 

Tavlorsville 

Todd , 

Troutman 

Warrensville 

West Jefferson , 

Wilkesboro 



187 
319 

862 
864 
319 
439 
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1| 139| 362 



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Bryson City 

Canton 

Clyde 

Cullowhee 

Crabtree 

Dellwood 

Fines Creek 

Franklin 

Franklin Circuit 

Glenville 

Hayesville 

Highlands 

Jonathan 

Junaluska 

Macon 

Murphy 

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Robbinsville 

Sylva 

Waynesville 

Webster 

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TABLE NO. 1 



WINSTON-SALEM 



M E M B E It S II I P 






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Danbury 

Davidson 

Denton 

Dobson 

Doubs 

Erlanger 

Forsyth 

Hanes 

Kernersville 

Lewi'sville 

Lexington — First Church . 

Linwood 

Mount Airy — Central 

Roekford Street 

Mount Airy Circuit 

Pilot Mountain 

Reeds 

Rural Hall 

Sandy Ridge , 

Thomasville — Main Street 

Trinity -Bethel 

Thomasville Circuit 

Walkertown 

Walnut Cove 

Welcome 

Winston -Salem — Ardmore 

Burkhead 

Centenary 

Central Terrace 

Grace 

Green Street 

Hiatt Memorial 

Ogrburn Memorial 

Yadkinville , 



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13 
18 
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22! 


690| 


6511 


10091 


23342 


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4 1 Greensboro 

51 Marion 

6| Salisbury 

71 Statesville 

8[ Waynesville . . . 
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8 


452 


426 


757 


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22157 


17 


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1962 


22173 


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16904 


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522 


739 


17150 





187| 


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19 


494 


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653 


13944 




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184 


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623 


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139 


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9 


183 


188 


357 


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1 


29 


22988 


22 


690 


651 


1009 


23342 


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82 



288 
377 
299 
807 
320 
351 
362 
120 
527 



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Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



STATISTICAL 



ASHEVILUE 



Christian Literature WOMAN'S WORK LAY ACTIVITIES 









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Biltmore 

Central 

Haywood Street 

Hillside Street 

Oakley 

West Asheville 

Asheville Circuit 

Avery 

Bald Creek 

Black Mountain 

Burnsville 

Candler 

Elk Park 

Fairview 

Plat Rock 

Fletcher-Mills River 

Hendersonville 

Hot Springs 

Laurel 

Leicester 

Marshall 

Micaville 

Saluda-Tryon 

Sandv 

Skyland 

Spruce Pine 

Swannanoa 

Weaverville 

Weaverville Circuit 



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122 

10 

265 
100 
100 
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325 
113 
279 
294 
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183 

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63 
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365 
536 
122 



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49 
17 
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227 



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157 
365 

47 
272 
175 
140 
311 
192 
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286 
120 
160 
193 
111 
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27 

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12 
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1 

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82 
26 

72 

70 

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397 

212 

178 

42 

60 


12 
58 
71 
356 
659 
449 
141 
880 
160 
181 
618 
595 
125 
518 


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167 




201 1 
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1? 




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13 




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1 1 




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3 

2 
2 



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4 
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1 

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69 
38 
30 

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11 
39 
72 
40 
34 
33 
98 
25 
70 
57 
65 
123 
115 
50 




201 
233 

76 

450 

130 

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20 

341 

92 

177 

41 

13 

30 

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100 

99 

467 

250 

180 

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18 




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19 


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TABLE NO. 2 



DISTRICT 



LOCAL CHURCH SCHOOLS 



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63 


14 


56 


65 


330 


22 


115 


2S 


115 


14 


93 


59 


188 


22 


95 


34 


84 


26 


108 


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55 


10 


65 


58 


106 


13 


31 


25 


75 


50 


200 


23 


97 


28 


77 


25 


64 


21 


G5 


21 


81 


8 


15 


36 


79 


17 


28 


27 


88 


21 


80 


21 


40 


46 


167 


18 


77 


15 


50 



1251 
60 
52 

224 

171 
53 
62 

239 
82 

135 
99 
76 
45 

197 
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175 
90 

133 
301 



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55 

356 

100 
76 
75 

298 
73 
92 

119 
48 
70 

225 
40 
50 

200 
60 

183 

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75 


71 


114 


114 


11 


24 


73 


59 


46 


S7 


114 


79 


75 


69 


25 


81 


146 


68 


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74 


81 


102 



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174 
177 
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408 
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3451. 
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586 .. 
109 .. 
250 .. 
625 
270 ., 
421 . 
240 ., 
232 . . 
330 ., 
58 ., 
247 ., 
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308 . 
245 .. 
167 ., 
427|. 
213|., 
248|. 



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8 

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90 

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317 
117 

226 



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26 
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274|29 
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195 31 



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30| 372| 303| 104| 274| 606 11521| 



DISTRICT 



3 


28 


77 


74 


94 


273 






6 


1 


6 


7 




253 


1 


2 


20 


88 


62 


88 


258 






33 




6 


8 


12 


117 


2 


1 


53 


357 


284 


390 


1084 





1 


60 


27 


4 


10 


76 


1448 


3 


1 


8 
25 
27 


30 

68 

243 


39 

150 

94 


42 
140 
108 


119 
383 
472 


1 


1 


1 

5 
16 


7 

7 

15 


9 

4 
4 




12 


218 

970 

1740 


4 


1 





5 


1 


5 




6 


1 


33 


190 


196 


90 


509 


1 




18 


S 


2 




11 


456 


7 


1 


82 


282 


177 


412 


953 






30 


16 


4 


50 


285 


2475 


8 


2 


21 
112 


140 
397 


95 
417 


75 
949 


331 
1875 


1 




7 
24 


3 
61 


4 
10 






500 
5149 


9 


1 


89 




770 


1(1 


1 


97 


286 


352 


481 


1116 


1 


1 


26 


31 


5 


23 


306 


2195 


11 


1 


34 


176 


87 


143 


440 


1 




26 


12 


3 




135 


1054 


12 


1 


20 


81 


108 


150 


359 




1 





13 


4 


8 


292 




13 


1 


27 
28 


133 
114 


45 
115 


150 
175 


355 
432 


1 


1 
1 


12 
10 


4 
25 


6 
4 






2800 
903 


1 t 


1 


9 


12 


15 


2 


22 


136 


106 


128 


392 






16 


8 


4 




28 


333 


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3 


29 


91 


102 


160 


382 




1 


1 




8 


2 


10 


203 


17 





40 


186 


75 


125 


426 


3 


2 


23 


40 


6 


6 





300 


18 




48 
29 


50 
90 


80 
108 


200 
110 


37S 
337 




■> 


15 

1 










260 
315 


19 


3 




39 


6 


9 




44 


20 


1 


43 

28 
38 


163 

105 
180 


104 

95 

120 


249 

80 

130 


559 
308 
468 








2 


4 
6 
5 


50 


150 


851 

75 
350 


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4 








3 




14 


5 




45 


23 


1 


23 

21 


106 
68 


102 
106 


211 

72 


442 
267 




1 


16 
36 










460 
69 


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40 


4 


5 


17 


25 


2 


18 
35 


58 

197 


63 

119 


40 
195 


546 










3 

7 






2200 
268 


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5 






.... 

24 


.... 



2 


1 


27 


3 


32 


81 


114 


126 


353 




2 


19 





5 


8 


75 


439 


2H 


4 


25 

30 


120 

175 


92 
140 


95 
109 


332 
454 




2 


15 

6 


11 



5 
6 


2 
12 




162 
138 


• >., 


4 






30 


2 


24 

12 


117 
80 


50 
65 


114 
116 


305 
273 


1 


1 


37 






14 


8 
2 






650 
166 


31 


1 







5 


32 


1 


37 


125 


150 


202 


514 






14 


8 


3 


10 


94 


302 


33 


4 


42 


67 


145 


108 


362 


1 


1 


27 




6 


9 


15 


284 


34 


5 


37 


163 


113 


102 


415 





1 


21 




6 








234 


35 



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191 5481 406| 162| 354| 23951 28342| 



118 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 2 



GASTONIA 



Christian Literature 


WOMAN 


S WOBK 


LAY 


ACTIVITIES 


a 






si 








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Belmont — Main Street 

Park Street 

Behvood 

Bessemer City 

Boger City 

Cherryville 

Cherryville Circuit 

Cramerton 

Grouse 

Dallas 

Gastonia — Bradley Memorial 

East End 

Main Street 

Maylo 

Smyre 

Trinity 

West End 

Kings Mountain 

Lincoln Circuit 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

Lowesville 

MeAdenville 

Mt. Holly 

Polkville 

Rock Spring's 

Shelby — Central 

Lafayette Street 

Shelby Circuit 

South Fork 

Stanley 



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2091 
275 
1351 

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105 
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123 
175 
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230 

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68 
196 

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129 

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425 
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325| 
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180 

223| 
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30| 101| 



39 


75 


35 


287 


65 


817 


28 


75 


n;r, 


1755 


28 


95 


30 


115 


35 


235 


36 


20 


60 


194 


43 


166 


128 


530 


■in 


300 


1 t 


5 


67 


193 


60 


64 


69 


72 


43 


172 


150 


222 


60 


90 



144| 
84 
197 

1701 
77 
76| 
25 
51 
32 
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121 



60| 
98| 
57| 



255| 
3181 
24 1 



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25 
70 
15 
23 

175 
52 

380 
93 
25 
35 

236 
69 
28 

798 

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8 

26 

40 



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60 



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15 



Totals I 5361| 23| 577| 51| 1814| 8032| 4043| 



,| 751 44 



GREENSBORO 



2!' 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34| 

::.-. 
36| 

37 
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40| 



Asheboro — First Church 

Asheboro Circuit 

Cedar Falls 

Coleridge 

Draper 

Farmer 

Gibsonville 

Greensboro — Battle Gr. Road 

Bessemer 

Carraway Memorial 

Centenary 

College Place 

Glenwood 

Proximity 

West Greensboro 

West Market 

High Point — Calvary 

Highlands 

Main Street 

Ward Street-Archdale 

Wesley Memorial 

Jamestown -Oakdale 

Leaksville 

Lee's Chapel-Grace 

Liberty 

Madison 

Mt. Pleasant 

Oak Ridge 

Pleasant Garden 

Ramseur-Franklinville .... 

Randleman 

Randolph 

Reidsville — Main Street . . . 

Reidsville Circuit 

Ruffln 

Spray 

Stokesdale 

Stoneville-Mayodan 

Summerfield 

Trinity 



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507 

190 

260 

210 

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208 

165 

S28 

160 

150 

175 

97 

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61 
15 



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103 
115 
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100 
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7 
11 

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20 

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35 
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277 
53 
75 
39 
77 
32 
27 
26 
66 
75 1 
55 
41| 

160| 
68 1 
85 
52 

119 
50 
30 
25 



626| 



215 

128 
34 



50 
192 
156 
184 
8S6 
701 
HIT 
94 
304 

1357 
150 
195 

1264 
437 

1028 

175 

250 

62 

111 

625 

66 

150 

220 

310 

220 

90 

600 

200 

1380 
254 
137 
150 
273 
30 



405 
50 
30 
23 
38 
51 
56 
98 



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01 
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95 



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276| 

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206|. 

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125 
112|. 

80 1. 

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740| . 



1501. 

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38 



74| 



Totals 



8001 



959| 74| 2755|140S0| 81771 



5| 381 1891 



74 



Western North Carolina Conference 



119 



— (Continued) 



DISTRICT 



LOCAL CHURCH SCHOOLS 



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72 

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381 
117| 
315| 

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76 
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103| 

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123 
132 
133 

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196| 
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92 
255 
307| 
174 
100 

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210| 

95| 
223| 

581 
590| 

92| 

42 

62 
135| 
168| 

96 
207| 
145 
176j 

99| 
144| 
257| 
212| 
577| 
2151 
170| 
207| 

63 



660 

1074 

430 

367 
211 
379 
277 
596 
335 
679 
205 

1325 
330 
161 
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Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 2 



MARION 




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Cliff side -Avondale 

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TABLE NO. 2 



STATESVILLE 





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20 
20 
20 
24 
34 
18 


133 
23 
76 
60 

26 

129 

119 
20 
89 

100 
75 
59 

103 
20 

168 
29 
15 
77 

135 
78 
40 
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52 
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180 
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651 
251 
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1571 
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2 




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4 
4 


4 
2 

41 

4 

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4 
2 

10 
3 
5 
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20 


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20 


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2 
1 
5 
4 




8 

2 
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55 


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78 


610 


2023 


19151 


17721 


63201 31 141 1S9| 


142 


94 


77 


400 


5739| 



124 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 2 



WINSTON-SALEM 



Christian Literature 



S = 



WOMAN'S WORK 









il 

S5 



LAY ACTIVITIES 



3 a. 

■- "2 

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h I 

a 3 



US 
1 o u 



9 
10| 
HI 

1-! 
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II 
15| 
it; 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
251 
26 
27' 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32| 
33| 
34 
35 



Ai'arat 

Danbury 

Davidson 

Denton 

Dobson 

Doubs 

Krlanger 

Forsyth 

Hanes 

Kernersville 

Lewisville 

Lexington — First Church . 

Linwood 

Mount Airy- — Central 

Rockford Street 

Mount Airy Circuit 

Pilot Mountain 

Reeds 

Rural Hall 

Sandy Ridge 

Thomasville — Main Street 

Trinity-Bethel 

Thomasville Circuit , 

Walkertown 

Walnut Cove 

Welcome 

Winston- Salem — Ardmore 

Burkhead 

Centenary 

Central Terrace 

Grace 

Green Street 

Hiatt Memorial 

Ogburn Memorial 

Yadkinville 



150 
1 Id 
250 



:m; 

95 

70 

300 

i Hi 

80 
L46 

250 
152 
400 

80 
225 
155 

67 
21 J 



221 1 


| 


340 


4 


3IKI 


■ 1 


415 


1 


262 


....| 


3011 


.... 


325 


1 


285 


11 


300 


1 


126 


.... 


215 


1 


120 


1 


1 26 


2 


110 


1 


180 


1 


257 


....| 



L3 
8|. 
1091 
15 

32| 
11 
24 
45| 
26| 
30| 



| 1003 



27 
101 
181 
201 
11 ! 



30 

1 
65 
35 

101 
28 

133 
92 
52 
47 

128 
47 

125 
351 

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75| 
25 1 
39 
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225 
381 

47 
92 
1233 
236 
359 
310 
110 
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236 

1073 

40 

150 

83 

444 

221 



KU 

45 

35 

80 

20 

32 

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1601. 



IS 



145 

68 

162 

69 

43 

Kin 

1 is 

156| 

591 1 

601 

35 1 

811 

321 

137| 

127| 



398 
15 

640 
35 
42 
VI 
65 
45 



6291 
138 
691 1 
192| 
137| 
95(1 
910 
469 

3459 
248| 
135 
210 
106| 

1137| 
140| 



665 



100| . 

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355| . 

611|. 

4715]. 

75| . 

10| . 
127|. 

281. 
101 1 . 

93f ■ 



1 

4 
I 3 

I . 5 



Totals 


1 78361 


33| 1852| 


71] 31981156581 






DISTRICTS 










RECAPITU 



Asheville 

Charlotte 

Gastonia 

Greensboro 

Marion 

61 Salisbury 

7 Statesville 

8 1 Waynesville . . . 
9 Winston-Salem 



| 4060| 
6876J 
53611 
8001 
53S6J 
6186| 
61071 
283 41 
7836' 



31 
71 
23| 
37) 

26| 
27| 
92 
17| 
331 



470 


43 


637 


62 


577 


511 


959 


74' 


547 


50 


769 


40 


669 


63 


298 


35 


IS 5 2 


71 



1562| 
2776 
1814| 
2755| 
13741 
1876 
21611 
1010| 
31981 



6722 
S938 
8032 

14080 
8162 
6160 
6601 
4009 

15658 



4745| 2 

8439| 

40431 

8177| 5 

| 3019| 

| 47581 2 

| 4369) 2 

| 20231 

1 89631 



821 



781 
143| 

75| 



38| 1891 



■I 
59| 
65| 



48| 

881 
58| 



30 



59 
63 
44 
74 
40 
64 
65 
12 
71 



Totals |52647| 3571 67781 488|18526|78365I48536| 111 2411 709| 492 



Western North Carolina Conference 



125 



-(Continued) 



DISTRICT 



LOCAL CHURCH SCHOOLS 




1111 1430| 61811 5893| 6291 1 19795| 



33| 7011 



561| 190| 373| 1841| 246261 



LATION 



84 

82 

83| 

93| 

90| 

82| 

114| 

781 

Hl[ 

817| 



849| 
12281 
1208 
1460| 

964] 
1163| 
10SS| 

610| 
14301 



30871 
5020 
4338 
58671 
36901 
46451 
4473| 
20231 
6181 



3027I 

4344! 
4018] 
5493| 
34571 
4I30| 
4210| 
1915| 
58931 



3140| 
6159| 
5443| 
6518! 
3557| 
5628 
4706| 
1772| 
6291| 



10103| 
16651| 
150071 
193381 

11668| 
15S66| 
144771 
6320| 
19795| 



13| 

7| 
12 

1\ 
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s 



301 
19| 
19[ 
40| 
201 
33| 

14 
33 



372 


303 


104 


274| 


548 


406 


162 


354| 


129 




165 


242| 


857 


556 


214 


246 


IIS 


160 


137 


72 


526 


418 


185 


169 


5 ! 


253 


153 


185 


189 


142 


94 


77 


701 


361 


190 


373 



606| 11521| 1 

2395| 28342| 2 

1201| 18456| 3 

1854| 28303| 4 

623| 12868| 5 

1112| 19550| 6 

948| 15745| 7 

400] 5739| 8 

1841| 24626| 9 



10000| 393241 367871 43214|129225 



75! 



251| 4580) 2853| 1404| 992| 10980|165150| 



26 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



STATISTICAL 



ASHEVILLE 



Presiding 

Elder 



Preacher 

in Charge 



District 

Work 



General and 
Conference Work 



Acton 

Asheville — Asbury Memorial 

Biltmore 

Central 

Havwood Street 

Hillside Street 

Oakley 

"West Asheville 

Asheville Circuit 

Avery 

Bald Creek 

Black Mountain 

Burnsville 

Candler 

Elk Park 

Fairview 

Plat Rock 

Fletcher-Mills River 

Hendersonville 

Hot Springs 

Laurel 

Leicester 

Marshall 

Micaville 

Saluda-Trvon 

Sandv 

Skyland 

Spruce Pine 

Swannanoa 

Weaverville 

Weaverville Circuit 

Totals 

Ansonville 

Bethel-Bogers 

Charlotte — Belmont Park . . 

Big Spring 

Brevard Street 

Calvary 

Chadwick 

Pdlworth 

Duncan Memorial-Derita 

First Church 

Hawthorne Lane 

Myers Park 

Spencer Memorial 

Wesley Heights 

Hickory Grove 

Homestead 

Huntersville 

Lilesville 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Monroe-Central 

Monroe Circuit 

Morven 

Mt. Zion 

New Hope-Bethel 

North Monroe-Grace 

Peachland 

Pineville 

Polkton 

Prospect 

Thrift-Moores 

Trinity 

Wadesboro 

Waxhaw 

Weddington 

Totals 



160 

1601 
600| 

2LT, | 
160| 
10O| 
300| 
601 

SO 
160| 
L60| 
L60 

BO 

60 
130 
L60 
340 
ion 

Hi 
100 

SO 

90| 
1301 
60 1 
75| 
130! 
140| 
180| 

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160) 

160| 

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225| 

160| 

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300 

60| 

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sir 

160 

160| 

1601 

50 

601 

1301 

160| 

3 10 

100| 

401 

loo 

80 1 

90| 

130| 

60| 

75| 

130! 

14(1 

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1001 



1500| 

1500 

1500| 

4500| 

2250! 

1600| 

10001 

3000] 

600 

600| 

825| 

1500 

1500 

1 500 

550 

600 

1200 

1500 

33O0 

700 

400 

1000 

700 

890 

1000 

600 

720 

1300 

1120 

1800 

looo 



1500| 

1500| 

1500| 

4500| 

2250| 

1600 

1000| 

3000| 

600| 

660| 

825 1 

1500| 

1500| 

1500| 

5501 

600| 

1200] 

1500| 

3300! 

700| 

400| 

1000| 

700| 

892| 

1000) 

600| 

720| 

1300| 

1120| 

1800| 

1000| 



451 
45) 

45| 



1., 
451 

45] 



135 


135 


68 


68 


48 


48 


30 


30 


90 


90 


18 


IS 


18 


18 


24 


15 


45 


45 


45 


45 


15 


1 


18 


18 



750 1 
600 
600 

4500 

1050 
600 
450 

1200 
300 
300 
400 
700 
soo 
750 
250 
300 
Coo 
750 

1500 
350 
200 
500 
300 
450 
500| 
300| 
3 50 1 
650| 
600| 
800 
500 



400 
300 
300 

4000 

1050 
350 
250 

1000 
100 
150 
125 
400 
300 
500 
100 
100| 
200| 
400 

1000 
175 
100 
150 
200 
125 
300 
125 
225 
200 
300 
400 
200| 



400 
300 
300 

4000 

1050 
350 
250 

1000 
100 
150 
125 
400 
300 
500 
100 
100 
200 
400 

1000 
175 
100 
150 
200 
125 
300 
125 
225 
200 
300 
400 
200 



4500| 4500| 41755 



41817| 1205| 1086| 21900| 13525| 13525 



CHARLOTTE 



80| 
112 
192) 

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144| 
192| 
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2881 
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288 1 
3 20 1 
120| 
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144| 
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80| 
104| 
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192 

561 
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100| 
1201 
114| 
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96| 
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240| 
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104| 
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114| 
112| 

96| 
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1005 


10 


10 


242 


242 


1400 


1400 
2400 






600 
900 


300 
900 


2400 


24 


24 


1200 


1200 


12 


12 


225 


225 


1800 


1800 


18 


18 


650 


350 


2400 


2400 


24 


24 


1000 


iooo| 


2100 


2100 


21 


21 


600 


600 


3600 


3600 


36 


72 


2500 


2500 


1400 


1400 


10 


5 


315 


315 


5000 


5000 


50 


50 


5775 


5775 


3600 


3600 


36 


36 


2500 


2500 


4000 


4000 


40 


40 


2500 


2500 


1500 


1500 


15 


15 


550 


250 


1800 


1800 


18 


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350 


350 


1800 


1800 


18 


18 


425 


4251 


2000 


2000 


20 


20 


400 


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1000 


1000 
1340 






189 
275 


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13 




13 


1800 


1810 


18 


18 


600 


3501 


1700 


1630 


17 


17 


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350| 


2100 


2650 


24 


24 


2485 


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720 


375 






200 
530 


1001 
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1332 


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20 


20 


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1100 


1034 


11 


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320 


206| 


1100 


1100 


11 


11 


200 


2001 


1300 


1365 


13 


13 


340 


340| 


1500 


1500 


15 


15 


500 


5 00 1 


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1436 


14 


14 


420 


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1400 


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14 


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1500 


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12 


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1650 


1650 


16 


16 


366 


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3000 


30 


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1570 


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1400 


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400 


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260 
300 
900 
225 
350 

1000 
600 

2500 
315 

5775 

2500 

2500 
250 
350 
425 
400 
167 
275 
350 
350 

1300 
50 
190 
650 
208 
200 
340 
500 
200 
375 
300 
260 

1570 
350 
200 



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6251 308891 264971 26485 



Western North Carolina Conference 



127 



TABLE NO. 3 



DISTRICT 









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158 

150 

150 

580 

265 

215 

106 

300 

60 

63 

57 

150 

65 

150 

20 

60 

120 

150 

330 

70 

40 

110 

17 

89 

108 

60 

19 

105 

114 

198 

67 






250 
247 

328 

1115 
574 
342 




56 

605 

200 

22228 

162 

1025 

243 

1876 

80 

326 

801 


411 


3149 
3776 
4057 

3S370 
6950 
5305 
2ol5 

16128 
1312 
1259 
1516 
3394 
2515 
4728 
851 
2063 
3454 
3410 

17593 
3782 
968 
2888 
1335 
1977 
2351 
1511 
2034 
2636 
3065 
5257 
1834 


90 

130 

40 

55 

6 

2916 

60 

110 
23 

170 

517 

49 



226 
254 
172 
150 

90 


3149 
3776 
3967 

38240 
6910 
5250 
2509 

13212 
1252 
1259 
1406 


1 




192 
966 



950 

325 

100 

4793 


10 

800 
92 
21 
28 

261 


399 

195 

2854 

294 

534 

76 

2459 

97 




168 

213 

2610 

439 

453 


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63 


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120 

151 

80 

528 

50 

200 

1318 

280 

8622 

2000 

180 

1090 


3 

12 
30 
13 

25 
20 



395 

8 


77 

75 
151 
150 
278 

25 
385 
100 
100 
1231 
101 

14 



89 


128 
125 


Id 


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94 


1 1 


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312| 
130| 
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187 
100 
364 
55 
235 
210 


3371 12 




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10 
4 




200 

46 
320 
141 
100 

91 
195 
159 
410 
256 

75 


190 

152| 


2063|16 
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1 


365| 1 410 


3240 18 




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147 


1280 
125 

41 
150 

78 
317 
149 
226 
221 
598 
324 
348 
195 


17076 
3733 
968 
2S88 
1335 
1977 
2351 
1285 
1780 
2464 
2915 
5167 
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19 


23 




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60 

32 

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DISTRICT 



1 







100 
106 
288 
140 
213 
240 
210 
485 
140 
1141 
605 
464 
150 
180 
204 
200 
111 

50 
180 
192 
340 

37 

77 
234 
115 
110 
140 
178 
143 
156 
120 
165 
350 
159 

56 


2215 
300 

2200 
524 

2666 
512 

1017 

13400 

500 

3000 
10117 
94031 
450 
517 
425 
991 

1145 
700 

3868 

789 

17555 


69 
35 
86 

5 

27 

76 

85 

326 

10 

1182 

401 

350 

80 

91 

49 

"33 

42 

34 

29 

146 


77 

545 

39 

2066 
880 

2161 
100 

1075 
200 

3930 
240 
79 
325 
213 
102 


140 
626 

40 
500 
559 

43 
300 
300 

60 
17 



135 

938 

57 

25 


25 
40 

2957 
24 

1013 

3803 

75 

17700 

4922 

335 



2629 


37 

98 

219 

393 

826 

610 

201 

1804 

225 

2374 

1822 

1641 

125 

666 





260 
137 

1534 
230 
970 

1745 
467 

2810 
500 

6008 

2524 

1214 
300 

2800 
924 
361 
215 
306 
260 
368 

1051 

75 

400 

460 

91 

2200 
271 
522 
169 
150 
650 
171 
406 
308 
234 


4062 
2605 

11345 
2898 
8034 
8865 
5749 

31249 
3387 

44064 

27051 
108825 
3230 
9310 
4334 
4611 
3310 
2961 
7200 
3918 

28551 
635 
3486 
5013 
1874 
4761 
9037 
3487 
2444 
6433 
2955 
3529 
8096 
3415 
2023 


2200 

1049 

1076 
220 

1725 
511 
641 
245 

2204 

3317 

722 

90 

145 

400 

80 

1299 

495 

129 

98 

2061 



28 

70 

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50 
19 


4062 
2605 
9145 
2898 
6985 
7789 
5529 

29524 
2876 

43423 

26806 
106621 
3230 
5993 
3612 
4521 
3165 
2961 
6800 
3838 

27252 
635 
2991 
4884 
1776 
2700 
9037 
3459 
2374 
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2955 
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180 

25 

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500 

44 

75 

323 

181 

38 

72 
337 
516 


266 
258 
127 
500 
210 
1653 

20 
400 
219 
180 

60 

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307 

98 
150 
168 
497 
835 
236 
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600 

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108 
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12 
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128 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



GASTONIA 



Presiding 


Elder 


13 








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p. 




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Preacher 
In Charge 



District 
Work 



General and 
Conference Work 



% 




1 


"2 






a 


3 


a. 




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598 


625 


316 


330 


1170 


900 


650 


400 


■i :•,'.> 


439 


■ik; 


416 


540 


330 


389 


350 


599 


300 


572 


425 


880 


880 


486 


160 


3740 


2750 


395 


200 


468 


468 


416 


416 


390 


390 


723 


525 


548 


220 


1800 


1625 


637 


400 


676 


300 


416 


310 


984 


900 


1140 


600 


984 


425 


2X56 


2600 


586 


586 


594 


330 


1160 


625 



Belmont — Main Street 

Park Street 

Belwood 

Bessemer City 

Bog-er City 

Cherryville 

Cherryville Circuit 

Cramerton 

Crouse 

Dallas 

Gastonia — Bradley Memorial 

East End 

Main Street 

Maylo 

Smyre 

Trinity 

West End 

Kings Mountain 

Lincoln Circuit 

Lincolnton 

Lowell 

Lowesville 

McAdenville , 

Mt. Holly 

Polkville 

Rock Springs 

Shelby— Central 

Lafayette Street 

Shelby Circuit 

South Fork 

Stanley , 

Totals ,. . 



1801 

99| 
225| 
135| 
1651 
135 
1201 
L03| 
1321 
135| 
225| 
108 
360 
108 
135 

95| 
161| 
1801 
117 
270| 
162 
126| 

94 
202 
L98 
162 
324 

18(1 

162 

162 
112| 



1801 

99 

135 
165 
135| 
111 

103| 
132| 

135| 
225| 
108 
360! 
108 
135 

95| 
L61I 
180! 
117| 
270 
L62 
126 

7S 
20 2 
198 
155 
324| 

a soi 

162| 

i to 

112| 



2000 
1100 
2500 
1500 
1850 
1500 
1330| 
1150 
1450 
1500| 
2500| 
1200| 
4000 
1200 
1500 
1050 
1800 
2000 
1300 
3000 
1800 
1400 j 
1050| 
2250 
2200 
1800 
3600 
2000 
1800 
1800| 
1250| 



2000 
1100 
2500 
1500 
1870 
1550 
1224 
1150 
1467 
1500 
2500| 
1200| 
4000] 
1200| 
1500| 
10501 
1800| 
2000 
1300| 
30011 1 
1800| 
1400| 
7581 
2250 
2200 
1726 
360O| 
2000 
1827! 
1580 
1250| 



L6 



L6 



361 



36 



12| 12| 460| 225| 



625 
330 
900 
400 
439 
416 
330 
350 
300 
425 
880 
160 

2750 
200 
468 
416 
390 
525 
220 

1625 
400 
310 
310 
900 
600 
425 

2600 
586 
330 
506 
225 



5072] 5024| 56380| 55802| 



64| 



64! 26031| 19450| 19341 



GREENSBORO 



41 

51 

6 

7 

8 

9 
lo 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
161 
17 

18 

19 
20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

261 

271 

28| 

29 

30 

3l| 

321 

33 

34 

35| 

3c 

37| 

38| 

391 

40 



Asheboro — First Church 

Asheboro Circuit 

Cedar Falls 

Coleridge 

Draper 

Farmer 

Gibsonville 

Greensboro — Battle Gr. Road 

Bessemer 

Carraway Memorial 

Centenary 

College Place 

Glenwood 

Proximity 

West Greensboro 

West Market 

High Point — Calvary 

Highlands 

Main Street 

Ward Street-Archdale 

Wesley Memorial 

Jamestown-Oakdale 

Leaksville 

Lee's Chapel-Grace 

Liberty 

Madison 

Mt. Pleasant 

Oak Ridge 

Pleasant Garden 

Ramseur-Franklinville 

Randleman 

Randolph 

Reidsville — Main Street 

Reidsville Circuit 

Ruffin 

Spray 

Stokesdale 

Stoneville-Mayodan 

Summerfield 

Trinity 



60 
60 

80 
65 

50 

75 

90| 

125! 

225 

200 

90 

1 L5 

135 

550 

60 

40 

175 

75 

550 

1 10 

225 

85 

65 

110 

70 

50 

135 

135 

90 

58 

250 

125 

. 62 

175 

90 

90 

60 

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60 


60 


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65 


50 



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901 

125] 

225 

200 

90 

115 

135 

550| 

60 

40| 

175| 

75| 

550| 

110 

168| 

85| 

65 

1 10 

70 

50 

135 

135 

90 

58 

250 1 

125 

43| 

1751 

901 

90 

60 

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3000 


3000| 


420 


500 


800 


800 


1000 


1000 


800 


885 


785 


785 


1000 


1000 


1300 


1300 


1725 


1725 


2000 


2000 


330(1 


3300 


3600 


3600 


1800 


1800 


1500 


1500 


2400 


2400 


4 500 


5000 


1700 


1700 


400 


400 


2600 


2600 


2100 


2100 


5500 


5500 


1650 


1650 


2100 


2400 


1350 


1350 


925 


925 


1350 


1350 


1400 


1400 


750 


750 


1800 


1852 


1800 


1S00 


1500 


1500 


875 


875 


3500 


3500 


1800 


1800 


1000 


1000 


2000 


2000 


1341 


1341 


1505 


1505 


1200 


1200 


1400 


1400 



60 



10 
12 
L3 
27 
3 1 
30 
60 
72 
36 
30 
48 
90 
34 
8 
52 
36 
110 
33 



15 



16 



36 

110 
33 



1800 


1800| 


75 


50 


151 


105 


250 


150 


325 


125 


200 


96 


325 


125 


306 


245 


450 


350 


575 


500 


1800 


1500 


1700 


1200 


370 


325 


625 


300 


800 


700 


5800 


5300 


300 


250 


97 


65 


1000 


800 


296 


296 


5800 


5800 


400 


200 


1200 


900 


362 


285 


312 


110 


400 


225 


314 


225 


250 


200 


800 


700 


800 


700 


500 


200 


200 


150 


2000 


1675 


550 


500 


220 


110 


612 


525 


400 


325 


544 


165 


463 


300 


333 


225 



1800 
50 
105 
150 
125 
96 
125 
255 
350 
500 

1500 

1200 
325 
300 
700 

5300 

250 

65 

800 

296 

5800 
200 
675 
285 
110 
225 
225 
200 
700 
700 
200 
150 

1675 
500 
39 
527 
325 
165 
300 
225 



Totals 



>155| 5079| 717761 72493| 12571 10431 33705| 27802| 27518 



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29 



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190 
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130 
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165 
118 
273 
269 
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586 
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161 

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349 
34 

260 
390 
268 
366 
175 
166 
237 
170 
175 
6545 

22 
100 

552 

225 
79 

200 
36 
65 

117 

620 

2722 

871 

67 

42 


633| 

259 


671 
889 

1776 
505 
388 
785 
122 
303 
517 
423 
881 
250 

1525 
276 
256 
595 
236 
657 

1270 

1369 
886 
168 
309 
452 
463 
755 

1638 
496 
550 
232 
256 


6896 
3992 
6404 
3627 
4110 
9968 
2660 
2540 
3115 
5973 
9173 
2387 

27093 
2668 
3514 
3050 
3186 
5372 

15933 

13985 
4951 
2506 
2082 
4992 
4318 
4849 

17503 
5515 
4397 
4336 
2395 


119 
280 
323 
120 
185 
529 
271 
70 
88 
287 
730 
390 

492 
1243 

100 

49 

88 

118 

250 

475 
40 


6777 
3712 
6081 
3507 
3925 
9439 
2389 
2470 
3027 
5686 
8443 
1997 

27093 
2668 
3514 
3050 
3186 
4880 

14690 

13985 
4851 
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2033 
4904 
4200 
4599 

17503 
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448 
257 
299 
149 
152 
107 
357 
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369 
218 
910 
393 

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300 
141 
200 
1020 
190 
263 
344 
284 






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354 
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2205 
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225 

2073 

185 
75 
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150 






13 


5 

11 
4 






14 






15 






16 






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287 

12250 

4000 

500 

225 

36 

288 
518 

2611 
900 
765 

1200 


80 

111 

227 

150 

33 

47 

56 

72 

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246 

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DISTRICT 



1 


344 
53 


1079 

125 
785 

45 

32 

244 

774 

282 

28500 

2084 

915 

741 


159 
14 


603 
5 


2455 
1200 


1031 

50 

245 

151 

72 

51 

106 

290 

246 

248 

1062 

1059 
202 
190 
580 

3765 
210 
245 

1529 
643 

2834 
281 
485 
119 
199 
775 
101 
150 
351 
422 
300 
135 

1340 
200 

1380 
335 
212 
300 
280 
83 







1531 
100 
392 

1000 

261 

89 

524 

1547 
660 
584 

1118 

2145 
404 
798 
473 

2827 
922 
635 

1564 

1518 

1997 
260 
237 
289 
234 
260 

2005 
5 
787 
935 
700 
368 
664 
426 
110 
581 
432 
200 
311 
510 


12287 
2007 
1861 
3337 
1942 
1131 
2305 
4928 
3866 

32846 

11337 

13307 
5238 
4527 
4989 

36771 
5100 
1789 
9065 
8802 

54513 
3309 

11636 
2514 
1993 
4825 
4612 
1572 
5413 
5032 
4187 
19S1 
9965 
4801 

10577 
5978 
3632 
2676 
3153 
2879 


344 

785 

258 

806 

250 

175 

910 

404 

186 

50 

15 

704 

1080 

635 

480 

425 
125 

7 

500 
2000 

351 

150 
199 

246 

1380 

402 

32 

189 


11943 

2007 

1861 

2552 

1942 

1131 

2047 

4122 

3616 

32671 

10427 

12903 


1 








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119 
87 
97 
10 
117 
170 
210 
229 
402 
435 
219 
200 
283 
1204 
170 
40 
405 
323 
975 
192 
240 
142 
135 
190 
180 
95 
299 
261 
210 
111 
451 
240 
74 
279 
165 
125 
169 
253 


3 


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30 

30 

3 

49 

187 
40 
37 
84 

221 
39 


50 
73 

19 
114 
119 
440 

1045 
699 

1357 
820 
134 

1284 
26 


15 

209 

58 
181 
105 
168 
407 
2737 

565 

13168 

1358 

333 

702 

651 

21890 
343 
231 

44 
250 
251 
300 
250 
182 
180 
165 
450 

55 

75 
100 

50 
218 

60 


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5 
6 








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230 

3510 

225 


51 

70 

143 


4974115 


40 
2 




3 


36067 16 
4020 17 


8 


5 


10 


1154 
8585 
8802 

54088 
3184 

11636 
2507 
1993 
4325 
2612 
1572 
5062 
4882 
3988 
1981 
9719 
4801 


18 


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600 

2565 

10780 

90 

7000 

75 

194 

1500 

200 

334 
186 
672 

145 
1260 
7845 
1400 

740 

531 
30 


6 

75 

762 

52 

35 

5 
38 
10 

155 
56 
29 
21 

150 
60 
86 
91 

120 
60 

44 


684 

520 

2829 

98 
200 
100 

56 
130 
110 

540 
306 
263 
74 
1218 
100 

462 
200 
100 

147 


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32 


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33 


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2964 
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130 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



MARION , 



Presiding 
Elder 



Preacher 
in Charge 



District 
Work 



Conference Work 



Boone 

Bostic , 

Broad River 

Cliffside-Avondale , 

Connelly Springs 

Dudley Shoals-Hudson 

Forest City 

Gilkey 

Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel , 

Granite Falls 

Henrietta 

Lenoir — First Church 

Lenoir Circuit 

Marion — First Church 

Cross Mills 

Marion Mills 

Marion Circuit 

McDowell Circuit 

Mill Spring 

Morganton — First Church . . j 

North Forest , 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort 

Old Fort Circuit 

Pleasant Grove 

Rutherford College 

Rutherfordton 

Spindale 

Table Rock 

Valdese 

Watauga 

Whitnell 



160 
140 
120 
2001 
145 
120 
240 
105 
175 

10(1 

1801 

160 

330 

135 

350 

85 

140 

25 

90 

30] 

375 

90 

1 25 

80 

35 

120 

75 

240 

16(1 

90 

75 

117 

100 



160 
140 
120 

2 00 1 

145 

120 

240 

105 

175 

100 1 

180 

160 

330 

135 

350 

8 5 1 

140 

25 

90 

30 

375 

90 

125 

80 

35 

120 

75 
240 
160 

90 

75 

117 
100 



1200 
1700 
1150 
1400 
1500 
1200 
2400 
1100 
1800 
1000 
2000 
1600 
3300 
1365| 
3000| 

935 
1400 
1000 
1425 

755 
3600 

900 
1450 
1000 

525 
1200 

850 
2400 
1600 
1035 

900 
1600 
1160 



1200 
1800 
1200 
1500 
1500 
1200 
2400 
1100 
1800 
1000 
2000J 
1600 
3600 
1365 
3000 

935 
1500 
1000 
1425 

775 
3600 

900 
1475 
1000 

525 
1220 

900 
2400 
1700 
1035 

900 
1600 
1160 



12 



12 







14 


14 


15 


15 


12 


8 






15 




10 


10 


20 


20 


16 


16 



14 



16 



16 



745 
685 
495 
815 
850 
485 
694 
602 
523 
175 

1000 
485 

2500 
555 

1213 
375 
307 
4S6 
772 
433 

1920 
363 
747 
352 
305 
286 
201 
600 
450 
465 
220 
60S 
350 



300 
300 

130 
500 
350 
200 
500 
150 
200 
175 
600 
225 
750 
400 

1500 
250 
397 
200 
300 
100 

1500 
225 
265 
200 
60 
286 
291 
600 
450 
175 
100 
200 
200 



300 
300 
130 
500 
350 
200 
500 
150 
200 
175 
600 
225 

1000 
400 

1515 
250 
447 
200 
300 
100 

1500 
225 
265 
200 
60 
286 
301 
600 
450 
175 
100 
200 
200 



Totals 



4712| 4712| 49450| 50315| 329| 292| 21302| 12079| 12404 



SALISBURY 



Advance 

Albemarle — Central 

First Street 

Albemarle Circuit 

Badin-Tabernacle 

China Grove 

Concord — Central 

Epworth 

Forest Hill 

Harmony 

Kerr Street 

Westford 

Concord Circuit 

Cooleemee 

Davie 

East Spencer 

Farmington 

Gold Hill 

Granite Quarry 

Kannapolis 

Landis 

Mocksville 

Mt. Pleasant 

New London 

Norwood 

Norwood Circuit 

Salem 

Salisbury — Coburn Memorial 

First Church 

Main Street 

Park Avenue 

Spencer — Central 

Woodleaf 

Yadkin-Rowan 



85 

300 
150 
160 

loo 
160 
300 
160 
270 

65 
120 

85 1 
150 
150 
110 

701 
1201 

85 
140 
260 

80 
150 
180 
105 
150 

60 
MO 
200 
100 

30 
190 
270 
120 

30 



300 
150 
160 
loo 
160 
300 
160 
270 

65 
120 

85 
150 
150 
110 

70 
120 

85 
140 
260 

80 
150 
180 



1075 
3300 
2000 
1700 
1300 
1800 
3000 
1800 
2700 
900 
1500 
10001 
2000 
1800 
1500 
1200 
1500 
1150 
1600 
3000 
1000 
1700 
2000 



105 


1350| 


150 


1800 


60 


900 


140 


1600 


200 


2250| 


400 


4000| 


30 


400; 


190 


2000| 


270 


2700 


120 


1400 


30 


500 



1075 
3300 
2000 
1700 
1300 
1800 
3000 
1800 
2700 

900 
1625 
1000 
2000 
1800 
1500 
1225 
1500 
1150 
1610 
3000 
1000 
1700 
2000 
13501 
1800 

900 
1600 
2250 
4000 

400 
2000 
2547 
1400 

500 



10 


10 


550 


150 


33 


33 


1918 


1700 


20 


20 


768 


400 


17 


17 


500 


500 


13 


13 


425 


300 


18 


18 


300 


300 


30 


30 


1500 


1500 


18 


18 


650 


450 


27 


27 


1325 


1325 


9 


9 


240 


200 


13 


13 


315 


200 


10 


10 


423 


423 


20 


20 


760 


760 


18 


18 


650 


200 


8 


8 


550- 


275 


12 


12 


300 


100 


15 


15 


550 


215 


11 


11 


620 


300 


16 


16 


506 


300 


30 


30 


1685 


1685 


10 


10 


365 


200 


17 


17 


650 


500 


20 


20 


860 


600 


13 


13 


340 


250 


18 


18 


850 


550 





9 


200 


150 


16 


16 


640 


400 


22 


22 


1047 


300 


40 


40 


2500 


2500 


4 


4 


50 


50 


20 


20 


940 


500 


27 


27 


1306 


1000 


14 


14 


385 


385 


5 


5 


105 


105 



150 

1700 
400 
500 
300 
300 

1500 
450 

1392 
200 
200 
423 
760 
200 
275 
100 
215 
300 
300 

1685 
200 
500 
600 
250 
550 
150 
350 
300 

2525 
50 
500 
958 
385 
105 



| Totals | 5145| 5145| 594251 59432| 583J 583| 24773| 18773| 18773 



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131 



— (Continued) 



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132 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



STATESVILLE 





CHARGES 


Presiding 

Elder 


Preacher 
in Charge 


District 
Work 


General and 
Conference Work 


1 

E 
3 

y. 


1 
■a 

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2 


§ 

1 


r 

0, 


1 
a 

1 


5 


■o 

a 
a 


V 

3 


2 

"3 


i 


Balls Creek 


130 

94 

180 

160 

SO 

135 

270 

50 

85 

90 

330 

100 

180 

143 

90 

67 

45 

140 

120 

210 

40 

150 

90 

220 

300 

77 

120 

78 

360 

250 

120 

145 
70 

130 
45 
90 

170 


130 

94 

200 

160 

52 

135 

270 

50 

85 

90 

330 

100 

180 

143 

90 

67 

40 

140 

112 

210 

40 

150 

90 

220 

300 

70 

120 

73 

360 

250 

137 

120 

145 

66 

130 

46 

90 

170 


1300 

940 

1800 

1600 

770 

1350 

2700 

525 

850 

910 

3300 

1000 

1800 

1437 

900 

675 

425 

1400 

1200 

2100 

400 

1500 

900 

2200 

3000 

1000 

1200 

702 

3G00 

2500 

1378 

1200 

1450 

700 

1400 

455 

900 

1700 


1300 

1020 

2022 

1600 

576 

1350 

2700 

525 

850 

910 

3300 

1045 

1800 

1450 

900 

675 

405 

1475 

1122 

2100 

400 

1500 

900 

2200 

3000 

929 

1200 

687 

3600 

2500 

1378 

1200 

1450 

625 

1390 

465 

900 

1700 


8 

9 

18 


8 

9 

18 


450 
325 
675 
700 
363 
425 

1250 

50 

300 

400 

2750 
425 
400 
550 
343 
150 
225 
600 
460 

1300 
100 
515 
370 

1300 

1600 
300 
550 
360 

2750 

1518 
500 
500 
550 
250 
770 
150 
343 
693 


300 

325 

675 

400 

110 

150 

1250 

50 

150 

160 

2500 

300 

300 

350 

130 

75 

50 

300 

200 

800 

50 

477 

150 

1000 

1000 

200 

400 

150 

1600 

1000 

400 

250 

305 

100 

400 

70 

70 

125 


300 




Bethel-Fair Grove 


325 


s 




676 


4 




400 


5 






7 
13 
27 

3 




5 

27 
3 




»; 




150 


7 


Elkin 


1250 


s 




50 


9 




150 


10 


Helton 


9 
33 


9 
33 


160 


11 
12 


Hickory- — First Church 


2500 
200 


13 






300 


1 i 




14 
9 


9 


350 


r, 




130 


it; 




75 


17 






4 


. . 


50 


IS 




300 


19 


Mooresville — Broad Street . . 





67 


flO 


21 

4 

15 


21 

4 

15 


800 


"1 




50 


M 




477 


?3 




•86 


"4 






22 

25 




22 
25 


1000 


?5 




1000 


26 


Olin 


105 


27 

"S 




12 

7 

36 


12 

3 

36 


420 
150 


29 
3(1 


Statesville— Broad Street . . . 


1600 
1000 


31 
32 

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13 

12 

12 


13 
12 
12 


400 
250 
305 


34 1 
35 
36 

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38 


Todd 


70 


14 




325 




70 




9 
17 


9 
11 


70 




125 



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5291| 5255| 53167] 53149] 3731 316| 242001 16322| 15736 



WAYNESVILLE 



Andrews 

Bethel 

Brevard 

Brevard Circuit 

Bryson City 

Canton 

Clyde 

Cullowhee 

Crabtree 

Dellwood 

Fines Creek 

Franklin 

Franklin Circuit 

Glenville 

Hayesville 

Highlands 

Jonathan 

Junaluska 

Macon 

Murphy 

Murphy Circuit . 
Robbinsville 

Sylva 

Waynesville 

Webster 

Whittier 



150 


150 


1500 


1500 


15 


15 


660 


300 


70 


72 


700 


730 


7 


3 


319 


200 


240 


240 


2400 


2400 


24 


24 


1012 


300 


45 


41 


455 


452 


4 




169 


59 


100 


100 


1000 


1000 


10 


10 


418 


150 


330 


330 


3300 


3300 


33 


33 


1288 


1400 


| 121 


121 


1100 


1100 


11 


11 


484 


200 


| 97 


97 


975 


975 


9 


9 


376 


175 


| 85 


85 


850 


850 


8 


8 


374 


100 


80 


80 


800 


800 


8 




374 


100 


1 78 


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7 


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180 


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1800 


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18 


18 


660 


400 


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90 


900 


900 


9 


3 


398 


100 


25 


25 


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188 





2 


132 


25 


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100 


1000 


1000 


10 


2 


396 


175 


45 


45 


450 


478 


5 


5 


198 


75 


70 


70 


700 


700 


7 


7 


30S 


100 


140 


140 


1400 


1400 


14 


14 


660 


250 


90 


90 


900 


967 


9 


9 


352 


150 


200 


200 


2000 


2000 


20 


20 


880 


200 


50 


50 


500 


500 


5 


5 


220 


100 


50 


50 


500 


500 


5 


5 


209 


100 


200 


200 


2000 


2000 


20 


20 


814 


500 


312 


312 


2600 


2600 


26 


26 


1244 


1244 


80 


80 


800 


828 


8 


8 


393 


115 


72 


72 


720 


715 


7 


7 


157 


90 



300 
200 
300 

59 
150 
1400 
200 
200 
100 
100 
125 
400 
100 

25 
175 

75 
100 
250 
150 
193 
110 
100 
500 
1245 
115 



Totals 



3100| 3101| 30355| 304381 301 1 267| 12832| 6733| 6760 



♦Moravian Falls paid after Conference full assessment for General and Conference Work. 



Western North Carolina Conference 



133 



— (Continued) 



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2973 
2221 
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2711 
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2259 
15312 
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2772 
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4023 
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3220 
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629 

369 

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400 

48 

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350 

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435 


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107 
580 

85 
180 
100 

78 

20 

31 
147 

57 
258 

51 
235 
123 
300 
363 

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150 
450 

1090 
255 
345 
310 

1215 








9 








63 

20 

38 
21 


100 
1558 
125 
406 
270 
140 
10 


200 

2257 

10 

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73 

100 


102 

15621 

171 

336! 


10 


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12 


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420 
149 




14 


32 






383 


15 


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401..... !'-'■• 


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315 

700 
609 

25 
3200 

50 

300 
500 
796 

135 

1360 

500 

770 

300 

546 

617 

80 

1982 

150 






100 
279 
684 
514 


17 


12 






38 

68 

158 

37 
15 
91 
95 
25 
21 
31 
320 


174 

140 
682 

36 
144 

50 
553 
500 

20 
305 

99 

1434 

570 


290 
172 
231 

68 


30 
285 
374 

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2521 
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5581 


18 




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62 
4 

14 
2 

50 

25 
3 

50 


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20 


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22 104 

3461 | 296 

19 210 


782 21 


| 


6314 
1575 
5772 
6524 
1762 
3674 
1105 
19010 
7389 
2902 
3192 
4023 


22 




23 




491| 

457| 

401 
31l| 
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560 

415 

9 

284 

99 

2826 

728 

350 

509 


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455 
295 
118 
142 
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597 


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31 


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194 
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140 
120 

47 
100 


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1100 

95 
125 
170 
374 
200 


2391 


32 


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33 


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236 


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22 

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150 
35 
90 

112 


841 


3075135 


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4l| | 181 
3371 1 108 


1184 
4015 
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185 





268 


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8 
8 





25 


150 

44 

60 

15 

130 

381 

128 

97 

88 

53 

45 

183 

92 


130 
27 
50 



166 

1213 

375 

1500 

80 

3000 


50 
55 
23 
67 
6 
42 


388 





18 

65 

730 

105 


53 

302 

52 




322 

249 

675 




| 478 
| 94 

| 450 
1 84 


3519 
1729 
4308 

727 
1914 
9713 
3045 
3183 
1295 
4532 
1120 
4698 
2022 

240 
2343 
1037 
1208 
3261 
2206 
6480 
1158 
1608 
3850 
7147 
1591 
1145 


162 
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867 
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57 

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211 
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266 
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108 
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218 

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68 


60 
206 

46 
300 
275 
1980 
365 
368 

75 
112 
151 

47 


40 

34 
9 



8 

32 

162 



11 


160 

55 

205 

104 

375 



16 
350 

30 

10 



432 

87 

25 

403 

5 

20 

25 

1508 

20 




73 

105 
445 
109 
599 
93 



195 

518 

171 

26 


310 

115 
222 
355 

502 
, .... 20 
1 493 
1 222 
I 340 
| . 160 
I 108 


2343115 




3 










102316 

997|17 




10 
5 
8 
















3147|18 
2206|19 
6440|20 








1158|21 
1508122 








13 












3832|23 
7147 24 


3 
3 
















1541 
1132 


25 
26 



147|. 



41| 2701| 119141 689| 30021 



6216| 750791 23211 127581 



134 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



WINSTON-SALEM 





CHARGES 


Presiding 

Klder 


Preacher 
in Charge 


District 
Work 


General an 
Conference V 1 


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a 

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40 

60 
200 
100 
125 

50 

85 
125 
100 
150 

65 
350 
100 
350 

90 
140 
130 

30 
160 

50 
350 
100 
180 
150 
160 
160 
160 
240 
700 
110 
125 
180 

60 
110 
150 


32 

60 
191 
100 
125 

50 

85 
125 
100 
150 

65 
350 
100 
350 

90 
140 
126 

30 
160 

36 
350 
100 
180 
150 
160 
160 
160 
240 
700 
110 
125 
180 

60 
110 
140 


500 
1000 
2250 
1225 
1230 
1200 
1425 
1800 

925 
1850 
1600 
3000 
1625 
3000 

900 
1600 
1300 

450 
1500 

700 
3600 
1275 
2200 
1700 
1500 
1740 
2400 
2700 
6000 
1800 
1600 
2100 
1275 
2400 
1400 


361 
1000 
2150 
1275 
1230 
1200 
1425 
1800 

925 
1850 
1600 
3000 
1625 
3000 

900 
1600 
1262 

450 
1500 

513 
3600 
1275 
2200 
1700 
1500 
1740 
2400 
2700 
6000 
1800 
1600 
2100 
1275 
2400 
1340 


6 

40 
90 

4 
49 
48 
57 
72 
37 
70 

120 


4 

56 

4 
17 

10 

72 



5 
120 


250 
450 
750 
300 
650 
300 
400 
525 
350 
600 
300 

2000 
550 

2100 
300 
750 
650 
60 
700 
250 

2600 
300 
750 
650 
625 
650 
850 

1600 

7000 
500 
500 
850 
300 
600 
690 


100 
150 
650 
150 
250 
235 
200 
380 
170 
250 
155 

1500 
425 

2100 
150 
220 
200 
65 
300 
150 

2000 
250 
500 
450 
270 
650 
700 

1200 

7000 
350 
300 
420 
228 
330 
214 


60 
55 


^ 




456 


4 




150 


5 




250 


fi 




235 






200 


8 




3S0 


9 




170 


in 




200 


11 






12 
13 


Lexington — First Church .... 


1500 
425 


14 
15 




120 
36 
64 
57 
18 
64 
28 

144 
51 
88 
64 
64 
69 
96 

108 

240 
72 


30 

17 
5 

18 

15 
144 

5 

50 

64 

6 

70 

96 

108 

240 

72 


2100 
150 


Ifi 




225 


17 




142 


IS 




65 


19 


Rural Hall 


300 


20 




95 


21 

-)■> 


Thomasville — Main Street ... 
Trinity-Bethel 


2000 
181 


23 




500 


"4 


Walkertown 


450 


>>-, 




270 


26 




650 


27 
?8 


Winston-Salem — Ardmore . . 


700 
1200 


29 




7000 


30 




350 


31 




300 


32 






84 
10 
96 
56 




84 
10 
96 
10 


420 


33 




228 


34 




330 


35 




125 









I Totals 



5435| 5390| 62770| 62296| 22221 142S| 30700| 22662| 22017 



DISTRICTS 



RECAPITU 



1| Asheville 

21 Charlotte 

3| Gastonia 

41 Greensboro . . . . 

5 Marion 

6| Salisburv 

7! Statesviile 

8 1 Waynesville . . . 
9| Winston-Salem 



45001 

52781 
5072| 
5155 
4712| 
51451 
529l| 
31001 
54351 



4500 


41755 


41817 


1205| 


5246 


65906 


65727 


608] 


5024 


563S0 


55802 


64 


5079 


71776 


72493 


1257| 


4712 


49450 


50315 


3291 


5145 


59425 


59432 


5831 


5255 


53167 


53149 


3731 


3101 


30355 


30438 


301 


5390 


62770 


62296 


2222 



1086| 2190H 


13525 


13525 


6251 30889 


26497 


26485 


64 26031 


19450 


19341 


1043| 33705 


27802 


27518 


292] 21302 


12079 


12404 


583| 24773 


18773 


18773 


316| 24200 


16322 


15736 


267| 12832 


6733 


6760 


1428| 30700 


22662 


22017 



| Totals ! 436881 43452|490984|491469| 6942| 5704|226332|163843|162559 



Western North Carolina Conference 



135 



— (Continued) 



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790 
275 


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108 

1169 


574 
2333 
7964 
2S46 
2589 
8901 
3001 
7373 
3199 
4250 
6276 

14814 
3731 

16953 
1814 
2827 
2214 
3788 
3789 
1158 

13815 
3388 

28465 
4603 
2843 
7701 

12130 

24271 

72132 
5831 
3615 
5444 
4104 
7498 
3288 


333 

93 

26 
235 

172 

398 

425 

1073 

425 

504 
41 

200 
103 

1840 
72 
105 
400 
831 
81 
165 
100 
420 


574 
2000 
7871 
2846 
2589 
8875 
2766 
7373 
3027 
4250 
6276 
14416 
3306 


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225] , 
485 


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2 

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164 

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2431 
700 
137 

5370 
215 

2848 

75 

450 

3041 

2883 
320 

6500 

68 

88 

150 

2000 
150 
365 
427 
291 
22300 
280 
109 

2500 

4038 
14410 

1748 

800 
1725 
1650 

500 


18 

40 

46 

4 

203 
26 

114 
90 

332 
45 
27 

45 
90 
50 


412 

75 

180 

164 

85 

181 
260 

483 
197 
1977 
131 
233 
145 
55 
110 


3 






| 92..... 314 


4 




1 

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70| 127| 

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53| 256| 

161| 3911, , 
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150 2701 , , . 
117| 210 

3863| 1082| 

1 2511 

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112| 75| 

1 1921 

101 1541 


94 
412 
529 

1051 
457 
626 
780 
776 
542 
611 
151 
233 
165 
504 
987 
109 

1309 
821 

1506 
736 
406 
779 

1343 


5 

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65 




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121 


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180 

208 

400 

218 

369 

107 

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191 

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560 

125 

472 


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1814 
2402 
2214 
3284 
3748 
115S 

13615 
3285 

28465 
4603 
2843 
5861 

12058 


15 


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16 
17 








75 


5091 


18 








266 




19 








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348 
29 

195 

106 
10 
30 

251 
80 

506 

65 
60 
50 
66 

200 


2S40 
145 

599 

350 

378 

1550 

3454 

607 

298 

3S3 

65 

520 

140 


943 
245 
303 

1187 


1294 
138 
759 
292 
184 

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190 
290 
312 
440 
1631 
180 
200 
225 
127 
240 
110 


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24166128 


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38915 81741 


4771 
590 
347 
626 
430 
823 
390 


71732 
5000 
3534 
5279 
4004 
7078 


29 


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40 
535 

214 

25 


3231 


30 




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145 
337 
134 

1238 




31 


10 




32 
33 






34 






100 2331 


3288 35 

















5| 8512| 78569| 3128| 16037| 49380|24621| 30| 268 40]299522| 8042|291480| 



LATION 



176 
644 
406 
497 
356 
479 

1070 
147 

1244 



40|. 



61 
406| 



382| 

2851 



4146 


24698 


1855| 


7779 


169437 


3671! 


6666 


47338 


2473 


9903 


75718 


3012 


5207 


41367 


1440 


7163 


37761 


1620 


5863 


21190 


1406 


2701 


11914 


689 


8512 


78569 


3128 



6541| 
15772| 

9543| 
14925| 

7885| 
12808| 

9384| 

3002| 
16037| 



2!)5:t5; 
38878 
148531 
494061 

5614 
11314| 
14062| 

3771 
49380 



11467 


8 


12101 


151983 


5058 


173771 


31091 


382747 


19234 


12075 




19899 


193490 


6247 


22257 




30403 


312683 


13088 


11181 




13563 


154336 


6394 


10918 


85 


20831 


187294 


11737 


10973 




16878 


155567 


5849 


6032 




6216 


75079 


2321 


24621 


30 


26840 


299522 


8042 



146925| 1 

3635131 2 

187243| 3 

299595| 4 

147942| 5 

1755571 6 

149718] 7 

72758| 8 

291480| 9 



5019| 1144| 84] 57940|507992| 19294| 95897|216873|126901| 123|178122]1912701|77970|]834731| 



136 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

STATISTICAL TABLE NO. A — SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 



2<9 



333 

«S 2 




Belwood 

Bessemer City 

Cherryville — First ........ 

Cramerton 

Grouse , 

Dallas-High Shoals 

Gastonia — Trinity 

Goodsonville 

Kings Mountain 

Lincoln 

Lowell 

McAdenville 

Shelby- — Lafayette Street 

Shelby Circuit 

South Fork 

Stanley 



400.00|$. 

200.001.. 

100.00|.. 

200.00| 

160.00| 

100.001 

331.00 

100.00 

500.00[. . 

200.00| 

200.00| 

200.00| 

140.00|.. 

200.00| 

100.001 

100.00|.. 



25.00 . 

103.00| . 
20.00| . 
83.00 . 
42.00| . 



10.001 

150.00 
39.00 



35.00| . 
31.001. 



3F4 





|$ 100.00|$ 


100 


651 - - - 




. .|. . . 














CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 




|$ 75.00|$.. . 

..| | 




..1*.. 

• -1 


12 


...1? 

.50| . . . 


75.00 














Totals 


|$ 75.00| 




..|$ 


12 


50|$ 


75.00 


GASTONIA DISTRICT 



400.00 
200.00 
lOO.uO 
175.00 

57.00 

80.00 
248.00 

58.00 
500.00 
190.00 

50.00 
161.00 
140.00 
165.00 

69.00 
100.00 



Totals |$ 3231.0O|$ 538.00] 



$ 2693.00 



GREENSBORO DISTRICT 



Asheboro — First 

Asheboro Circuit 

Bessemer 

Cedar Falls 

Coleridge 

Farmer 

Gibsonville 

Bethel and Grace 

Greensboro — Carraway Memorial 

Centenary 

College Place 

Glenwood 

Proximity 

West Market Street 

South Greensboro 

West Greensboro 

Highland 

High Point — Main Street 

Calvary 

Ward Street-Archdale 

Jamestown-Oakdale 

Liberty 

New Hope 

Pleasant Garden 

Randleman 

Randolph 

Reidsville — Central 

Reidsville Circuit 

Ruffln 

Stokesdale 

Summerfield 



1482.00| 

80.00| 

200.00| 

50.00| 

80.00| 

100.001 

200.001 

365.00| 

200.00| 

200.00| 

1424.371 

200.00 

200.00 

2000.00 

100.00 

356.00 

40.00 

800.00 

200.00 

200.00 

600.00 

100.00! 

50.001 

400.001 

250.00| 

400.00| 

984.00| 

200.00| 

100.001 

200.00| 

400.001 



5.00 
25.00 
10.00 
26.50 



39.00 



150.001 
200.00 



200.001 . 
50.00|. 
10.001. 
49.98 . 

11.45 . 
50.00 . 



4.00| 
20.00 
20.00 
33.32 



100.00 
55.00 



50.00 



5.00 



1482.00 

75.00 

175.00 

40.00 

53.50 

100.00 

161.00 

365.00 

50.00 



1424.37 



150.00 

1990.00 

50.02 

344.55 



800.00 

196.00 

180.00 

580.00 

66.68 

50.00 

400.00 

250.00 

300.00 

929.00 

200.00 

50.00 

200.00 

395.00 



Totals |$ 12161.37|$ 1114. 25|. 



. |$ 11057.12 



Western North Carolina Conference 



137 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 4— (Continued) 
MARION DISTRICT 





CHARGES 




■a 


c 




















£ 3. 


!ll 


*> •g 8 


C M 


















< 9 


£ <0 


« K 


n ** 



Avery 

Bakersville 

Broad River 

Burke 

Burnsville 

Cross Mill 

Elk Park 

Forest City 

Glen Alpine 

Marion— First 

Marion Circuit 

McDowell 

Mill Spring- 

Morganton — First 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort 

Old Fort Circuit 

Rutherfordton 

Rutherford College 

Spindale-Pleasant Grove 

Spruce Pine 

Table Rock 



10.001 

10.001 

25.00| 

25.00| 

25.00| 

10.001 

10.001 

50.00 . 

25.00| 

200.00| 
25.00| 
50.001 
50.00| 

200.00| 
25.001 
50.00| 
10.001 

100.001 
70.001 
50.00| 
10.001 
30.001 



30.001$. 

5.001- 
84.00 . 
25.00 . 
16.00 . 
10.00 . 

5.10 . 



25.00 

200.00 

17.71 

50.00 

65.00 

200.00 

14.00 

50.00 

4.00 

14.75| 

83.251 

56.85| 

12.27 

30.001 



5.00 



9.00 



4.90 
50.00 



7.29 



6.00 
85.25 



Totals 1$ 1060.00N 



997.931 



178.44 



MOUNT AIRY 



Moravian Falls 

Mount Airy 

Pilot Mountain 

Sandy Ridge 

Stoneville-Mayodan 

Warrensville 

Draper 



41.00H 

200.00| 

100.001 

5.00| 

50.00| 

24.00| 

I- 



ll.00|5 
15.00| . 
20.001. 
13.00|, 
5.001. 
24.00 . 



15.00|. 



30.00 

185.00 

80.00 



45.00 



Totals |$ 420.00|$ 



88.00|$ 



15.00|$ 340.00 



SALISBURY DISTRICT 



Concord-Harmony 

Granite Quarry 

Dandis 

Salisbury — Coburn Memorial 

Spencer 

Woodleaf 



40.00|$ 
400.001.. 

46.00| 

100.001.. 

1000.001.. 

60.00| 



40.00|$. 



14.00| . 
I- 



30.00| . 



400.00 

32.00 

100.00 

1000.00 

30.00 



Totals |$ 1646.001$ 



84.001 



1562.00 



138 



Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 



STATISTICAL TABLE NO. A — (Continued) 
STATESVILLE DISTRICT 




Dudley Shoals 

Granite Falls 

Hickory — Highland -Rhodhiss 

Westview 

Hiddenite , 

Mooresville — Central 

Mooresville Circuit , 

Newton , 

Shepherd 

Statesville — Race Street 

Statesville Circuit 

Stony Point 

Taylorsville 



Totals 



. |$ 1725.00|$ 316.00| |$ 1409.00 



WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 



Andrews 

Bethel 

Bryson City 

Canton 

Cherokee Mission 

Clyde-Tjake Junaluska 

Cullowhee 

Dellwood 

Fines Creek 

Franklin 

Glenville 

Hayesville 

Haywood 

Highlands 

Jonathan 

Judson 

Macon 

Murphy 

Murphy Circuit 

Webster 

"Whittier 



225.001$ 
100.00! 
200.001 
200.00! 
8.101 
400.00! 

80.00!.. 
100.00!.. 

50.001 

80.00| 
5.00!.. 

40.00! 

80.00) 

80.00| 
100.00|. . 

10.001. . 
100.001 
200.001. . 

20.00! 

80.001 

80.00| 



100.00|$. 

45.251.. 

35.00|.. 

200.00|.. 

8.10].. 

62.001.. 



19.50|. 

23.01|. 



10.00|. 
12.50|. 
23.001. 



7.00' 



20.261. 
10.00|. 
17.00|. 



Asheville . . 
Charlotte . . 
Gastonia . . . 
Greensboro 
Marion 
Mount Airy 
Salisburv . . 
Statesville . 
Waynesvllle 



100.001$ 
75.001. . 
3231.00! 
12161. 371 

infio.oni 

420.00! 
1646.00! 
1725.00! 
223R.10I 



100.651$. 



12.501 



538.00!. 
1114.251. 

907.93!'. 
88.001 
84.001. 

316.001. 

592.6?!. 



125.00 

54.75 

165.00 



338.00 
80.00 

100.00 
30.50 
56.99 
5.00 
30.00 
67.50 
57.00 

100.00 
10.00 
93.00 

200.00 



70.00 
63.00 



Totals . 


IS 2238.101$ 592.621 


i$ 


1645.74 








WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 




1$ 25 001$ |$ 


!$ 
1 


25.00 


Burkhead . 


| 104.001 33.001 


71.00 








Totals . . 


. .|$ 129 001$ 33 00| . 


1$ 


96.00 








DISTRICT RECAPITULATION 



15.00! 



75.00 

2693.00 

11057.12 

178.44 

340.00 

1562.00 

1409 v .0O 

1645.74 



Winston-Salem 




129.00! 


33.00). . . 


1 


96.00 


Totals 


IS 


22785.471$ 


3864. 451* 


27 501$ 


19056.30 



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BISHOP EDWIN DuBOSE MOUZON 
(1869-1937) 



X 

Memoirs 



BISHOP EDWIN DuBOSE MOUZON 

Since our last Conference session, Bishop Mouzon, our senior Bishop, a mighty 
man and a Prince in Israel, has passed to his eternal reward. The summons came 
without warning, when he seemed to be vigorous with promise of many more 
years of useful service. 

For some weeks prior he had strenuously labored in the Bishops' Crusade and 
had just returned from a campaign in Georgia and Florida, full of enthusiasm on 
account of the generous response of the people to the important movement. As 
he was talking about the wonderful results of the event, to some friends in his 
home on the evening of February 1 Oth, last, in the middle of a sentence his 
voice faltered, his heart failed and the sad news of his death was flashed, bringing 
sorrow to a very wide circle of friends. 

He was born in Spartanburg, S. C, May 19, 1869, son of Samuel C. and 
Harriet P. Mouzon. In early life he was soundly converted and joined the Meth- 
odist Church. It was his good fortune to come under the influence of the great 
teacher, Dr. James H. Carlisle, at Wofford College, where he graduated with the 
A.B. degree in 18 89. 

He was then licensed to preach and admitted into the Texas Conference in 
1890 and served as pastor at Austin, Caldwell, Galveston, Abilene, Fort Worth 
and Travis Park, San Antonio, Texas, and Kansas City, Missouri. From 1908 
to 1910 he served as Professor of Theology in Southwestern University and in 
May, 1910, at Asheville, N. C, was elected Bishop, which office he filled with 
distinction until his death, February 10, 1937. 

The Southwestern University conferred upon him the degree of Doctor of 
Divinity in 1905 and later the degree of Doctor of Laws. In 1925 the latter 
honorary degree came to him from both Southern Methodist University and 
Duke University. He was a leader in the movement to establish Southern Meth- 
odist University at Dallas, Texas. 

To him, probably more than to any other man, should credit be given for 
the movement now in process of fulfillment for the unification of American 
Methodism. 

He was the author of many books and among them were: "Does God Carer"; 
"Fundamentals of Methodism"; "The Program of Jesus" (Cole Lectures, 1925) ; 
"The Missionary Evangelist" (Fondren Lectures, 1925); and "Preaching With 
Authority" (Yale Lectures, 1929). 

His first marriage was to Mary Elizabeth Mike, of Bryan, Texas, on his 
twenty-first birthday, May 19, 1890. She died November 10, 1917. The children 
were: Mrs. C. H. Thomas, Mrs. J. R. Spann, Edwin D., Jr, Mrs. J. D. Peurifoy, 
and James Carlisle. 

His second marriage was to Mrs. Mary Paul Langdon, of Dallas, Texas, 
August 21, 1919, who still survives. 

For eight years (1926-1934) he was in charge of the Episcopal area covering 
the states of North and South Carolina and a resident of Charlotte for twelve 
years until his death. 

After a funeral service held in First Church, Charlotte, in which several 
ministers took part, a beautiful tribute was paid to the sainted Bishop by Dr. 
W. W. Peele, after which the body was taken to Dallas, Texas, for burial. 

Bishop Mouzon was great in many respects. He was a magnificent physical 
specimen, a man among men, distinguished in appearance and in bearing and 



162 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

attracted attention in any company. He was great in intellect, with a mind richly 
stored with varied knowledge; great as a citizen and patriot, with moral con- 
victions and courage to stand fearlesslv for what he thought was right. 

He was great as an orator. No one who heard him deliver the masterful 
address in the Charlotte Auditorium in favor of the 18th Amendment in 1933 
will ever forget how his overwhelming appeal so moved the great audience that 
it, as a mass, arose and cheered for eight minutes before the speaker could con- 
tinue with his address. 

Two years ago, in First Church, Charlotte, he preached a sermon of extra- 
ordinary force, full of thought and fervor which deeply impressed the congrega- 
tion. In the audience was a distinguished jurist of another communion who, 
when I met him on the street next day, spoke in highest praise of the sermon 
and the preacher who he said was one of the very great preachers in America, 
which means that he was one of the great preachers of Christendom. 

He was a great administrative officer and ecclesiastical statesman. I knew him 
well. He was my friend and I held him in most affectionate regard. He was a 
great Christian with a generous heart full of love for God and man. 

Strangers sometimes thought he was distant and difficult to approach, "but 
as we find the pearl beneath the billows of the ocean and the nugget of gold 
in the depth of the mountain, there was in his breast that priceless jewel, the 
golden heart." 

He was a great friend and constant in his friendship. 

He was a devoted husband and his family life was beautiful. 

Since he has gone we feel lonely without him, but we shall see him again 
when the veil is lifted. 

WILLIAM L. SHERRILL. 



A. J. BURRUS 

If, after the passing of nine hundred years, the spirit of Elijah should live 
again in the person of John the Baptist, would it be unreasonable to believe that 
Jeremiah should come to us in the spiritual ministry of Rev. A. J. Burrus? Their 
spiritual characters, their messages and methods, were strikingly similar. Long 
before this writer knew anything of the historical background of Jeremiah, or 
could interpret his prophecies in terms of spiritual objectives, he heard Rev. A. J. 
Burrus praying tenderly for the "daughters of my people," pleading for the 
"balm of Gilead" and agonizing because the harvest was passed, the summer ended 
and my people are not saved." These are the souls that know the "burden of the 
Lord" and of whom F. W. D. Mver writes when he savs: 

"Then with a thrill the intolerable craving 
Shivers through me like a trumpet call. 
Oh, to save these, to perish for their saving, 
Die for their life, He offered for them all." 

He excelled in prayer. To change the will of God never seemed to be the 
purpose of his prayers, but he did seek to release the power of God by them, and 
in this he was eminently successful. It was a benediction to any soul to hear him 
pray. He made habitual reference to both Father and Son as "Blessed Lord." The 
intonations of that expression on Sunday morning revealed the experiences of the 
previous week. If God's goodness had been abundant his "Blessed Lord" had a 
joyous ring; if his mind had dwelt upon the needs of his flock his "blessed 
Lord" had within it a piteous plea; if he had been called to pass under the rod, 
submissively and without whimpering, it was still "Blessed Lord." I knelt by his 
bedside a few days before his triumph and uttered there a little prayer. I asked 
that he might meet his Pilot face to face when he had crossed the bar. "Yes, 



Western North Carolina Conference 163 

blessed Lord," was his feeble response. And methinks when the gates swung open 
for his entrance and he beheld the King in His beauty he exclaimed: "My blessed 
Lord." 

Prof. Z. H. Dixon, who knew him for a long period of time, says of him: 
"He possessed in a high degree the old fashioned virtues of honesty, integrity, 
fidelity, and piety and yet with such simplicity and meekness that it was a joy 
to be associated with him in his work for humanity. It was of some such village 
preacher of whom Goldsmith wrote : 

"To them his heart, his love, his griefs were given. 
But all his serious thought had rest in Heaven, 
As some tall cliff that lifts its awful form, 
Swells from the vale and midway leaves the storm, 
Though round its breast the rolling clouds are spread 
Eternal sunshine settles on its head." 

He was born June 25, 1860, at Rockford in Surry County. He received his 
education in the public schools of his day and in a private school taught by 
Prof. T. S. Whittington at East Bend, N. C. He taught in the public schools of 
Surry County and later conducted a private school in Yadkin County. During 
this period of teaching he was a class leader and a licensed exhorter. In 188 3 
he was granted license to preach and in 1887 he was ordained local deacon by 
Bishop Key in Fayetteville, N. C. For a brief period he was supply pastor of 
the Lewisville Circuit. In 1891 at Central Church, Asheville, he was ordained 
local elder by Bishop Galloway and admitted on trial. He served the Conference 
for 3 6 years on the following charges: Lewisville Circuit, 1891-92; Watauga 
Circuit, 1893-96; Jefferson Circuit, 1897-98; Yadkinville Circuit, 1899-1902; 
Troutman Circuit, 1903-06; Unionville Circuit, 1907-10; Davie Circuit, 1911- 
12; Wentworth Circuit, 1913-14; Shelby Circuit, 1915-17; Morganton Circuit, 
1918; Cliffside-Avondale, 1919-2 1; Weaverville Circuit, 1922-25; Sandy Mush 
Circuit, 1926. He left behind him a record of worthy achievement in each of 
these charges. He built a great many country churches, held a great many revivals 
resulting in numerous additions to the church. As a direct result of his influence 
Revs. A. L. Stanford, J. VV. Long, W. A. Rollins, C. W. Kirby and the writer 
were brought into membership in the Western North Carolina Conference. Dr. 
Plato T. Durham confided to some of his most intimate friends that the hand 
of Jack Burrus led him in his spiritual pilgrimage from an intellectualism to a 
spiritual ministry. 

On December 28, 1890, he was married to Martha Jane Mosely of Surry 
County, and no finer spirit was ever linked to a Methodist circuit rider. God, 
comfort her and let them meet again in Heaven! 

Their home was blessed with six children — three boys and three girls. They 
found loving arms to receive them and a home in which there was deep parental 
concern for their well being. Although his average salary was little more than 
$700, he and his wife managed to give these six children a college education, 
and he lived to see each of them at work in some worthy task and each reflect- 
ing the honor and integrity of a saintly father and mother. 

After his superannuation in 1926 he moved to Rutherford College. On March 
5, 1937, after six months in the Richard Baker Hospital seeking to regain healing 
for a broken hip, without avail, he was admitted into full connection in the 
Conference on High. His pastor, Rev. J. P. Morris, Prof. M. T. Hinshaw, Dr. 
P. W. Tucker, Dr. S. B. Turrentine and the writer conducted his funeral in his 
home church. His body was laid to rest in the Oakwood Cemetery in Hickory, 
N. C. In this hour of loving mercy we say: 

Adieu, Uncle Jack, and take thy praise with thee to Heaven. 

W. L. HUTCHINS. 



164 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

J. A. J. FARRINGTON 

In the recurring decades God oftentimes reveals to us in living personality 
the meaning of truth expressed in Holy Writ. He says He will ordain strength 
out of the mouths of babes and sucklings. He promises that a handful of corn 
planted on the barren mountain tops of Judea shall shake like the cedars of 
Lebanon when the wind passes over it. These truths cannot be fully understood 
until the All-wise Father points to some individual and says: There is a living 
illustration of My truth. God not only used the clean lips of Rev. J. A. J. 
Farrington to preach His gospel but He used his life and ministry to demonstrate 
that strength can come out of weakness and that tall corn can grow on barren soil. 

Like America's foremost emancipator, scores of others whose names grace 
history's pages, and even the peasant Teacher of Galilee Himself, he began life 
in an environment that would have defeated a youth of mediocre mold. But he 
had a vision, a determination and a tenacity of soul that brooked no compromise 
with low levels and with things half done. His first opportunity for an educa- 
tion was given him in the Sunday school at old Center Church in Guilford 
Countv. There he learned the alphabet and the simple sentences of the primers 
of those days. When seven years old his mother was promoted and crowned. 
Shortly thereafter he made his home with his eldest sister, Mrs. Rayle, who did 
her best to perform the role of mother. She made it possible for him to enter 
the public schools of those days. The surviving school mates bear testimony to 
the fact that his mind was eager for knowledge and that he was studious and 
anxious to learn. In his early teens he became what was known in those days as 
a "bound boy" to the sheriff of Guilford County. He loved him for his dutiful- 
ness and saw in him elements of worthwhile character. He sent him to a prepar- 
atory school in High Point from which he graduated. He then entered Weaver 
College and graduated from that school in 1897. In 1899 he joined the Western 
North Carolina Conference and gave thirty-six years of faithful and efficient 
service to the Church of our Lord. 

He will be remembered by us as a man who loved the beautiful and who 
worshipped at its shrine. He held communion with the visible forms of nature 
and to him she spake a various language. He loved the flowers and found delight 
in their presence. Furthermore, he sought to express the truths of the gospel in 
beautiful language. At times he rose to the purest eloquence, to most effective 
oratory. To him the sun did something other than set. He "wrapped himself in a 
mantle of gold and lay down to sleep in a cradle of glory." The stars not only 
shone for him but they sang to him as to another: "The hand that made us is 
divine." Christ was the Rose of Sharon, the bright and morning Star and the 
One altogether lovely. 

Nor did he fail to see beauty in the souls of men. Every man he met was a 
potential saint. O'er crag and torrent he pointed to the summit and then offered 
a brother's hand to every man who would seek to climb. 

The day following his entrance into membership in the Conference he was 
married to Carrie Vanstory, who survives. She was a true soul-mate and with 
feminine grace and dignity ruled their parsonage life. The Lord blessed their 
home with four children, three boys and a girl. With sacrifice and joy they sent 
each to college and lived to see each graduated and established in some professional 
career. I can think of no finer setting for a great painting than the one I saw 
in Thomasville when Farrington and his wife came to visit their son who had 
just begun his professional career in that city. This Methodist preacher and his 
faithful wife stood in the street scanning a second story window for a name. 
The father saw it first. Then that tall form bent above his wife, his right arm 
encircling her waist, the left pointing to a pane of glass which bore the name: 
Dr. R. K. Farrington. "Look yonder, Mother!" he exclaimed. Mrs. Farrington 



Western North Carolina Conference 1 65 

told me later that he whispered to her: "Now let thy servant depart for I have 
seen the salvation of the Lord." This picture would be incomplete without 
reference to the fact that when the time of superannuation came his children 
had a comfortable home provided for their preacher-father, into which he entered 
and from which he arose 1 8 months later to greet the fulgent dawn. 

He knew that he belonged neither to time nor place and requested that neither 
be referred to in his memoir. 

From Main Street Methodist Church Drs. C. M. Pickens, W. A. Lambeth, 
J. H. Armbrust and the writer conducted his funeral. The cemetery at Thomas- 
ville, N. C, holds the mortal remains of this dear brother. 

Goodby, thou lover of music, we shall see thee next in the choir of Heaven. 

W. L. HUTCHINS. 
* * * * 

SILVESTER STARR HIGGINS 

Silvester Starr Higgins, son of Edward B. and Sarah Stafford Higgins, was 
born in Guilford County, North Carolina, November 8, 1867, and died Novem- 
ber 24, 1936, in the Ridgefield community near Guilford College, where he 
had lived most of his life. 

He received his education from the Ridgefield community school, Oak Ridge 
Institute, graded schools of Greensboro and the New Garden Boarding School, 
now Guilford College. He also attended several short term courses at North 
Carolina State College, Raleigh. 

For some years before and after his active ministry he was engaged in dairy 
farming northwest of Guilford College. 

He was licensed to preach in August, 1900, at Lewisville in the Winston- 
Salem District. For the next four years he did local work and held revival 
meetings during the summer. 

In 190 5 he was ordained a local deacon by Bishop A. W. Wilson in Greens- 
boro; in 1911 he was ordained an elder by Bishop E. E. Hoss in Statesville. 

Brother Higgins joined the Western North Carolina Conference in 1906 at 
Mt. Airy. He served the following charges: West Lexington, 190 5-0 6, supply; 
West Lexington and Denton, 1906-07; Bethel Circuit, 1907-09; Bethel and Big 
Lick, 1909-10; Woodleaf, 1910-12; Cottonville, 1912-13. 

At the Annual Conference in 1913 he was given the superannuate relation. 
He was not totally disabled at that time but there was some question as to his 
being able to hold up throughout the year. 

While on the Bethel Circuit he was married, December 18, 1907, to Miss 
Beaulah Burns Lillard (Jefferes) of Mount Carmel Church, Reidsville Circuit, 
Rockingham County, N. C. 

Through the years she was faithful to help him while on the field of service 
for the kingdom of God. Then, day and night, she answered his calls for help 
that his paining limbs and aching body might be given temporary relief. 

In this union was known suffering, also a home in which God's word was 
read day after day, and the prayer at evening, to Him who watches and knows 
all things best for His children. 

To this union were born five children: James Silvester, Charlie Burns, Sarah 
Elizabeth, Sidney Starr, and Edward Burr. He is survived by his wife, his chil- 
dren, one granddaughter, Sarah Helen Morris, one brother, Charlie B. Higgins, 
and several nieces and nephews. 

S. Starr Higgins was active most of his life, although suffering with rheuma- 
tism for forty-six years. He finally became an invalid in February, 1924, and 
re i ined so until his death. 

While he suffered, he kept himself well informed through general and re- 



] 66 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

ligious reading. He had little to say about himself, even to the members of his 
family. He had no sympathy story to tell about himself but was always interested 
in others. He was always searching for new facts about life. As he gathered facts, 
more and more he talked to his friends about the changing conditions that made 
it necessary for man to give and take, and love the more excellent way of life. 
He voiced his opinion whether it pleased or displeased those who listened. The 
people of the community could depend on our brother taking a firm stand for 
the right as he saw it. He practised the rule that the truth will always triumph 
in the end. The words of praise came not from his lips to make life other than 
what it was. But with a strong determination to live, he battled on in the fight, 
never laying aside the armor of righteousness and ever saying man's supreme 
aim was to glorify his Father in heaven. 

While on the pilgrimage of life he found that with the Apostle Paul the 
temporal and seen things pass away, but through another channel there was 
made known the unseen. 

The life of our brother came to its earthly end on the morning of November 
24, quietly as one who goes to a natural sleep. On Thanksgiving day the funeral 
services were conducted from Pleasant Ridge Church by Rev. G. W. Vick, Dr. 
W. W. Peele, and Dr. W. A. Stanbury. 

"For our light affliction, which is for the moment, worketh for us more and 
more exceedingly an eternal weight of glory." 

J. SILVESTER HIGGINS. 



WILLIAM HORNBUCKLE 

William Hornbuckle, the son of James and Rebecca Hornbuckle, was born 
in Jackson County, North Carolina, December 25, 1S80, and triumphantly passed 
to his eternal reward March 6, 1937. 

After attending the Indian School at Cherokee, he entered Carlisle University 
where he did very commendable work, both as an excellent scholar and outstand- 
ing athlete. 

Converted in early manhood he felt a definite call to preach and was given a 
local preacher's license in 1922. In 1926 he was admitted to the Western North 
Carolina Conference, M. E. Church, South, at a session of said Conference held 
in Gastonia, North Carolina, in the year 1926. He was then appointed junior 
pastor of the Whittier Charge, which position he graciously filled for ten years. 
Due to extremely ill health he superannuated at the last Annual Conference which 
was held in Salisbury. 

The above are merely a few bare facts with reference to the life of Brother 
Hornbuckle. Let us consider somewhat briefly the man. He was pre-eminently a 
preacher. In the delivery of his messages he was noted for his simplicity and 
clearness. Yet underneath this simplicity there were to be discovered unprobed 
depths of meaning and profound spiritual understanding. Considered from any 
angle Brother Hornbuckle was the perfect example of the Christian minister. 
He possessed a faith in God which knew no bounds. His simple trust in the 
Father of us all was something that caused one to marvel. Perhaps no better 
example of what the Grace of Christ can do for a man' could ever be found 
than William Hornbuckle. It was ever his delight to visit, pray with, and en- 
courage the sick. Many are those who could give a ringing "Amen" to the above 
statement. 

His love for his people was a joy to behold. Ever did he toil among them, 
seeking to lead them into the knowledge and joys of that life which is the portion 
of those who "walk not after the flesh, but after the spirit." Insincerity, covetous- 
ness, place-seeking and unbrotherliness were alien terms to this good man. But 



Western North Carolina Conference 167 

rather he might have been characterized by such terms as love, joy, peace, long- 
suffering, gentleness, meekness, and faith. 

His last days were filled with intense bodily pain but amidst it all his faith 
in his Lord only grew brighter 'til the sixth day of March, 193 7, the Lord called 
his name and with triumphant shout, "I'm on my way to the New Jerusalem," 
he passed awav. 

Whereunto shall we finally liken him: Turn to Bunyan's great allegory and 
see "Mr. Stand-Fast.'" There walks William Hornbuckle, and how true to the 
close of his life is that touching passage which is headed, "Mr. Stand-Fast Crosses 
the River." Then there came forth a summons for Mr. Stand-Fast. . . . When he 
had set things in order, he also went down to the river. Now there was a great 
calm at that time in the river; wherefore Mr. Stand-Fast said: I see myself now 
at the end of my journey, my toilsome days are ended. I am going now to see 
that head that was crowned with thorns and that face that was spit upon for me. 
. . . Now while he was thus in discourse, his countenance changed, his strong 
man bowed under him; and after he had said, "Take me, for I come to Thee," 
he ceased to be seen of them. 

Brother Hornbuckle was buried in the family cemetery among his people 
who loved him much. The funeral was conducted by Revs. W. A. Rollins and 
McRae Crawford, assisted bv Rev. Arzene Thompson and Rev. Mr. Fitzgerald 
of Cherokee. 

He leaves a wife, Mrs. Annie Oocumma Hornbuckle; a brother, Israel Horn- 
buckle; and one sister. 

McRAE CRAWFORD. 
* * * * 

ELGIN EUGENE WILLIAMSON 

After nearly thirty-three years in the ministry, Brother E. E. Williamson 
quietly slipped away on Friday, May 2 8, of this year. He was seventy years of 
age, having been born February 14, 1867, in Penola County, Mississippi. He had 
superannuated at the session of the Annual Conference in 1936. At the time of 
his death he was a patient in the government hospital at Bay Pines, Florida. 
His wife, who previous to her marriage was Miss Maude Carmichael of Winston- 
Salem, N. C, and one daughter, Alice, along with one brother, J. D. Williamson 
of Charlotte, and one sister, Mrs. A. W. Taylor of Richmond, Virginia, survive. 

Prior to his entrance in the Conference, during the Spanish-American War, 
Brother Williamson served as a corporal in Company M, First North Carolina 
Volunteer Infantrv. He enlisted at Raleigh, N. C, April 27, 1898, and was 
mustered out April 22, 1899, at Savannah, Georgia. He had been a member of 
Chase Adams Camp No. 1 since February 20, 1930. His comrades held him in 
high esteem. At the time of his death he was serving as chaplain of his camp. 

Following his undergraduate work at Wofford College, Brother Williamson 
entered Vanderbilt University, from which institution he received his B.D. degree. 
He made many friends in college and university, numbers of whom, having 
survived him, testify gratefully to his geniality and friendly qualities. These same 
personal characteristics were cultivated during the years of his ministry. The 
many letters which have been written to the one who gave her life to the church, 
in comradeship with him, bear testimony to the esteem and affection in which 
he was held by hosts, whom it was his privilege to serve in various churches. 
They indicate, too, his love for the people he served. Indeed, these communica- 
tions do not merely constitute a friendly tribute to Brother Williamson, they are 
also a high kind of personal evaluation of the good the man did. 

Brother Williamson was especially interested in teen-age boys and girls. He 
gave them happily of his time, and his fellowship with them was another indica- 
tion of his wise judgment in investing in growing personalities. He was known 



168 Minutes of the Forty-Eighth Session 

for his sympathetic feeling-, and responded to the calls for help of all kinds 
that were made to him. He gave materially — even when he needed it for himself. 
And he always gave spiritually and generously to those whose conditions challeng- 
ed him. 

Brother Williamson gave himself devotedly to his work. This characteristic 
was noted with keen appreciation by the Rev. Phillip B. Trigg, chaplain of the 
hospital at Bay Pines. Mr. Trigg recently wrote: "While he was here in our 
Veterans hospital for treatment, I first met Brother Williamson. We grew to be 
warm personal friends. . . . He made friends and was loved by every one here 
who knew him. He was a great help and inspiration to me in my services. . . . 
On Sunday, May 16, Brother Williamson rendered his last service on earth as 
he assisted me in the administration of the Holy Sacrainent, at the chapel service. 
... It was my joy, but one touched with a feeling of great personal loss, to 
know that I was the last to hear his voice on earth. He said, 'My time has come. 
Tell my loved ones all is well'." 

The presence of a number of his fellow ministers at the funeral services and 
the numerous expressions of sympathy and concern from his fellow-workers in 
the Kingdom constitute a real testimonial of their appreciation of the man. The 
last services were conducted at Centenary Church, Winston-Salem, by the Rev. 
W. B. Davis, Dr. W. A. Lambeth and the writer. 

It is manifestly impossible to evaluate thirty-two years of active ministry in 
a few brief paragraphs. The contribution of time which one makes over a course 
of years like that is, as a matter of fact, probably the smallest factor in one's 
service. It would, indeed, take a keen Christian imagination accurately and fairly 
to measure a term of Christian service of nearly a generation. 

The memory of Eugene Williamson's deeds of thoughtful kindness, and the 
happy recollection of these years of his ministry belong to those treasures which 
moths cannot destroy. Indeed, they are where thieves cannot break through nor 
steal — in the minds of those who knew and loved him, and in the hearts of those 
who gave their lives to the church and Christianity, along with him. 

G. RAY JORDAN. 



HEROINES OF THE PARSONAGE 



The following sainted women, who kept the home fires burning while their 
husbands were busy in the work of the ministry, have this year passed to their 
eternal reward: 

Mrs. J. A. Cook 

Mrs. J. R. Duncan 

Mrs. H. H. Jordan 
Mrs. T. H. Pegram 

Mrs. J. W. Strider 
Mrs. Chas. A. Wood 



XI 

Roll of Deceased Preachers 



"■Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth; yea, saith the spirit, 
that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them." — Rev. 14:13. 



6 


NAME 


BIRTH 
(County and Date) 


ADMITTED INTO 
CONFERENCE 


DIED 
(Place and Date) 








Golusboro, 1873 


Charlotte, 1890 
High Point, 1890 


i 


P. F. W. Stamey . . . 


Burke, 1849 


3 


Cleveland, 1854 




Greensboro, 1S56 

Knoxville, 1S42 

Madison, Tenn., 1S37 ... 
Charleston, 1834 

Jonesboro, 1846 

Marion, S. C. , 1855 .... 

Greensboro, 1876 


Winston, 1S91 
Lexington, 1892 
Alorganton, 1892 
Asheville, 1893 
N. WUkesboro, 1894 


5 M. W. Boyles 






7 
8 


.1. S. Burnett 

E. 3. Eudaily 


Knox, Tenn., 1S20 

Charlotte. Va., 1826 

Montgomery, 1S08 

Guilford, 1S29 


10 


W. S. Halton 


Charlotte, 1894 




W. M. Kerr 


Greene, Tonn., 1820 

Caldwell, 1815 


Asheville, 1S95 


11 






14 


C. M. Pepper 

G. W. Hardison 

H. T. Hoover 


Trinity, 1S95 










Iredell, 1810 


Petersburg, 1S33 

Spartanburg, 1S62 

States ville, 1S94 






J. C. Hartsell 

J. W. Roberts 


Stanly, 1S39 


Shelby, 1896 








Davidson, 1822 

McMinn, Tenn., 1828 ... 

Greenville, 1850 

Floyd. Va., 1847 

l'erson, 1837 






J. B. Long 






<>.) 


Greensboro, 1876 

Greensboro, 1876 

Beaufort, 1859 

Columbus, Miss., 1863 . 
Salisbury, 1896 




■'■', 












fS 


W. H. Leith 


Cooper, Mo., 1S£0 

Haywood, 1S72 

Haywood, 1S56 

Stanly, 182S 


Salisbury, 1902 


°fi 
















Wadesboro, 1850 

Greensboro, 1 S33 






M. V. Sherrill 


Iredell. 1837 












C. G. Little 

W. C. Wilson 

.7. W. Bird 










Carroll, Va.. 1870 






33 


Greensboro, 1863 

Jonesboro, 1855 

Columbia, 1860 

Chattanooga, 1S57 

Wilmington, 1S55 

Asheville. 1882 

Salisbury, 1S77 

Wilmington, 1S55 




McDowell. 1S24 

Rutherford, 1836 

Yancey. 1837 


Quallatown, 1904 


35 
36 

37 

38 

39 
40 

41 
4^ 




Mariou, 1904 
Hinton, W. Va., 1905 






T. H. Pejrram 

J. C. Thomas 


Surry, 1829 

Alexander, 1835 

Guilford, 1S2S 

Cleveland, 1869 

Iredell 1875 


Winston, 1906 
Polkton, 1906 
Greensboro, 1906 




Statesville, 1894 

Marion, Va., 1873 

New Bern. 1858 

Oxford, 1849 

Oxford, 1849 

Salisbury, 1877 

Cleveland, 1867 




44 
45 
46 


J. O. Shelly 


Roan. Tenn.. 1S51 

Randolph, 1821 


Weddington, 1906 


J. R. Brooks 


Wilson, 1907 
Mt. Gilead. 1907 






4S|P. L. Groome 

49IR. H. Parker 


Rockingham, 1853 

Dinwiddle, Va., 1839 .. 

Randolph. 1838 

Rowan, 1842 

Cleveland, 1841 

Forsyth. 1829 

Camden, S. C 1832 

Bellville, 111., 1856 


Greensboro, 1907 
Asheville. 1907 


51 
52 

53 
54 
96 
56 


L. W. Crawford 

M. H. Hoyle 


Statesville, 1868 

Morganton, 1867 

Louisburg, 1852 

Charleston, 1S51 

Jefferson, Mo., 1884 

Asheville, 1908 


Asheville. 1908 
Charlotte. 1908 
Morganton, 1908 
Charlotte, 1908 


.T. N. Huggins 


Statesville, 1909 






Greensboro. 1856 






Georgetown, S. C, 1850 
Sumter, S. C, 1831 




59 




Sumter. 1873 

Halifax. 1843 


Mocksville, 1911 




Rutherford College, 1911 










Lincoln. 1877 


Greensboro, 1905 

Cleveland, 1S67 

Morristown, 1889 

New Born, 1869 

Durham. 1881 


Lincoln, 1911 


63 

64 
65 

6fi 




Wise. Va., 1838 

Haywood, 1859 

South Carolina, 1832 . . . 
Montgomery, 1857 




W. P. McGhee 


Charlotte, 1911 
Pinnacle, 1912 


W. L. Grlssom 


rocnsboro, 1912 



170 



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BIRTH 
(County and Date) 



ADMITTED INTO 
CONFERENCE 



DIED 

(Place and Date) 



07 1 J. W. Wheeler 
6SIW. H. Cooper . 
69 W. B. Lyda .. 
70 IF. H. Wood ... 

71 A. T. Bell 

72|A. G. Gantt . . . 

73 1 J. D. Gibson . . 

74 

7 

70 



J. A. Marr 

Harold Turner 

J. F. England 

S. S. Gasque 

W. G. Mallonee . . . 

A. E. Wiley 

G. W. Callahan . . . 

W. M. Biles 

T. S. Ellington 

W. W. Bays 

Marvin Auld 

J. C. Troy 

J. H. Weaver 

W. L. Rexf ord 

G. Pusey 

E. M. Hoyle 

J. R. Scroggs 

C. W. Byrd 

J. P. Davis 

W. V. Honeycutt . . . 

R. W. Pickens 

E. K. Hardin 

J. D. Buie 

C. R. Canipe 

M. C. Field 

W. T. Usry 

J. C. Rowe 

J. A. Wiggins 

J. D. Arnold 

J. W. Jones 

A. S. Abernethy . . . 

R. M. Taylor 

C. C. Williams 

R. S. Abernethy 

J08 J. E. Gay 

109IP. C. Battle 

llOJC. M. Gentry 

1111 J. P. Rodgers 

112 W. M. Bagby 

113| James Wilson 

114|W. S. Hales 

115IT. J. Ogburn 

116 Is. E. Richardson . . . 

117 JH. M. Blair 

lis|s. M. Davis 

119|.T. C. Mock 

120 J. M. Price 

121 1 J. P. Reynolds 

122JH. G. Stamey 

123|0. C. Fort en berry .. 
124 IZ. E. Barnhardt ... 

125 M. T. Steele 

126|L. A. Falls 

127 L. E. Stacy 

128|H. L. Atkins 

1291 J. B. Carpenter 

130 N. R. Richardson .. 

131 |P. L. Terrell 

132|F. L. Townsend ... 
133|C. M. Carpenter ... 

134 |.T. A. Bowles 

135|.T. H. Robertson ... 

136|.T. E. Woosley 

137|G. H. Christenberry 

138|C. M. Campbell 

139|Ira Erwln 

140|D. Atkins 

141 IB. T. Cordell 

142]W. E. Hauss 



Chesterfield, S. C, 1835 

Macon, 1835 

Henderson, 1836 

Randolph, 1836 

Manchester, Eng., 1S54 

Cleveland, 1843 

McDowell, 1848 

Swain, 1S78 

Manchester, Eng., 1869 
Pickens, S. C, 1840 ... 

Marion, S. C, 1836 

Sullivan, Tenn., 1846 . . 

Guilford, 1846 

Sweetwater, Tenn., 1S3S 

Stanly, 1871 

Rockingham, 1845 

Kussell, Va., 1S39 

Orangeburg. S. C, 1SS0 

Fayetteville, 1857 

Ashe, 1849 

Iowa, 1873 

Chester, Pa., 1852 

Cleveland, 1879 

Iredell, 1848 

Harnett, 1858 

Stanly, 1870 

Iredell. 1863 

Buncombe, 1824 

Abbeville, S. C, 1884 . . 

Cumberland, 1837 

Cleveland, 1877 

Randolph, 1851 

Granville, 1873 

Rowan, 1848 

Swain, 1832 

Mecklenburg, Va., 1839 

Iredell. 1854 

Lincoln, 1893 

Surry, 1854 

Burke, 1864 

Catawba 

Orange, 1854 

Cherokee. 1855 

Yadkin, 1851 

Rowan, 1866 

Yadkin, 1852 

Davie, 1845 

Lancaster, S. C. 1S56 . 

Guilford. 1849 

Union, 1S74 

Caldwell, 1853 

Cleveland, 1847 

Forsyth. 1853 

Union, 1863 

Buncombe. 1838 

Lincoln, 1856 

Cleveland, 1885 

Cabarrus, 1880 

Lancaster, S. C, 1S4S . 

Cleveland, 1864 

McDowell, 1850 

Surry, 1864 

Rutherford, 1838 

Johnston, 1S54 

Haywood, 1853 

Robeson, 1853 

Catawba, 1857 

Person, 1858 

Guilford, 1S67 

Davidson, 1859 

Mecklenburg, 1869 

Walker Co., Ga., 1851 . 

Cleveland. 1862 

Grayson. Va.. 1846 

Buncombe. 1862 

Lincoln, 1890 



Wilmington, 1855 

Marion, Va., 1857 

Abingdon, Va.. 1859 

Beaufort, 1859 

Natchez, Miss., 1892 .. 
Cheraw. S. C, 1869 . . 

Winston. 1892 

Statesville, 1911 

Asheville, 1897 

Cheraw, S. C, 1869 . . . 
Madison, Fla.. 1S82 . . . 

Asheville, 1S82 

Statesville, 1SS3 

Marion, Va., 1857 

Gastonia, 1901 

Raleigh, 1882 

Cleveland, Tenn., 1867 . 
Newberry, S. C. 1901 . 

Asheville, 1888 

Knoxville, 1S78 

Rocky Mount, 1906 

New Bern, 18SS 

Henderson, 1904 

Goldsboro, 1873 

Raleigh, 1882 

Winston, 1898 

Greensboro, 1889 

Athens, Tenn., 1845 ... 
South Carolina. 190S . . 

Raleigh. 1862 

Charlotte, 1904 

Bryan, Texas, 1872 .... 

Henderson, 1904 

Salisbury, 1877 

Abingdon, Va., 1859 .. 

Wilson, 1879 

Winston, 1880 

Reidsville, 1915 

Charlotte, 1885 

Asheville. 1917 

Fayetteville, 1887 

Helena, Ark., 1880 

Charlotte, 1904 

Salisbury, 1877 

Winston. 1892 

Statesville, 1883 

Charlotte, 1871 

Wilson, 1879 

Charlotte, 1913 

Gastonia, 1901 

Statesville, 1883 

Morganton, 1867 

Asheville. 1891 

Winston, 1892 

Asheville, 1874 

Groensboro, 1889 

Charlotte. 1913 

Mount Airy, 1906 

Reidsville, 1886 

New Bern, 1SSS 

Goldsboro, 1873 

New Bern, 1888 

Wilmington, 1875 

Fayetteville, 1887 

Asheville. 1882 

Wilson, 1879 

Charlotte. 1913 

Statesville. 1SS3 

Charlotte, 1904 

Statesville, 1883 

Salisbury, 1907 

Cleveland, Tenn.. 1885 . 

Fayetteville. 1887 

Knoxville, 1868 

Knoxville, 1886 

Greensboro. 1919 



1915 



1915 



Charlotte, 1913 
Shoal Creek, 1913 
Weaverville, 1913 
Trinity, 1913 
Hemp, 1914 
Ft. Worth, Texas, 1914 
Central Falls, 1914 
Fines Creek. 1914 
Concord, 1914 
Lenoir, 1915 
Lake City, S. C. 
Asheville, 1915 
Clilfside, 1915 
Berkley, Cal. 
Canton, 1916 
Charlotte, 1916 
Charlotte, 1916 
Saluda, 1916 
Durham, 1917 
Greensboro, 1917 
Wilmington, 1917 
Morven, J 917 
Cornelius, 1917 
Marion, 1917 
Asheville. 1918 
Lincolntou, 1918 
Shelby, 1918 
Weaverville, 1918 
Asheville, 1918 
S.Bernardino, Cal.. 1919 
Columbus, O.. 1919 
Gieensboro, 1919 
Rutherford College, 1919 
Salisbury, 1920 
Robbinsville, 1920 
Waynesville, 1920 
Mooresville, 1920 
Durham, 1920 
Walkertown, 1920 
High Point, 1920 
Rutherford College, 1921 
Madison, 1921 
Asheville. 1921 
Albemarle, 1922 
Salisbury, 1922 
Montezuma, 1922 
Winston. 1922 
Badin. 1923 
Greensboro, 1923 
China Grove, 1923 
Greensboro, 1924 
Caroleen, 1924 
Winston-Salem. 1924 
Nebo, 1924 
Flncastle, Va., 1924 
Rutherford College. 1924 
Lowesville, 1925 
Statesville, 1925 
St. Petersburg. Fla., 1925 
Kernersville, 1925 
Shelby, 1925 
Bandera, Texas, 1925 
Rutherfordton. 1926 
Mt. Pleasant, 1926 
Granite Falls, 1926 
Brevard, 1926 
Candler, 1927 
Pomona, 1927 
Winston-Salem, 1927 
Groensboro, 1927 
Spruce Pine. 1927 
Winston, 1927 
Concord. 1927 
Weaverville, 1928 
Asheville, 1928 
China Grove. 1928 



Western North Carolina Conference 



171 







BIRTH 


ADMITTED INTO 


DIED 


6 




(County and Date) 


CONFERENCE 


(Place and Date) 


14o|K. M. Stafford 


ALOjKienuurg, 1893 


Winston-Salem, 1923 . . 


Charlotte, 1928 


144 1 J. W. Stricter 


Randolph, 1S56 


Troy, Ala., 1SS2 


Concord, 192S 


145|W. F. Wonible 


Chatham, 1859 


Asheville, 1891 


Winston-Salem, 1929 


146|S. T. Barber 






Greensboro, 1929 
Asheville, 1929 


147 |E. R. Welch 


Marlboro, S. C, 1S71 .. 


Washington, 1S99 


14S|E. 11. Hoyle 






Kings Mountain, 1929 
Wadesboro, 1929 
Greensboro, 1929 
Winston-Salem, 1930 
Atlanta, Ga., 1938 
Tampa, Fla., 1930 
Derita, 1930 
Greensboro. 1930 
Lenoir, 1930 


149 |L. H. Griffith 






15l>|Albert Sherrill 












152|P. T. Durham 












154 IB. F. Fincher 












156|J. C. Postelle 


York. S. C, 1S54 


Kuoxville. Tenn., 1SS6 . 








Mount Airy, 1930 
Morganton, 1930 
Crouse, 1930 


158 JR. F. Slock 




High Point, 1912 

Knoxville, 1878 


159 |W. M. Boring 


Sullivan, Tenn., 1850- . . 


160 1 J. J. Brooks 


Polk, Tenn., 1847 


Cleveland, 1877 


Dayton. Tenn., 1931 


161|H. H. Jordan 


Iredell, 1S62 


Ashevide, 1891 


Durham, 1931 


1 62 1 Elmer Simpson 


Maryland, 1861 


Winston-Salem, 1010 .. 


Dobson, 1931 


163 D. W. Brown 




High Point, 1912 


Greensboro, 1931 


164 W. R. Ware 


Cleveland, 1859 


Wilmington, 1SS4 


Greensboro, 1932 








Cullasaja, 1932 
Gilkey. 1932 


166 D. S. Richardson ... 


Davie, 1865 


nigh Point, 1903 








Asheville, 1932 
Guilford College, 1932 
Rutlierfordton, 1933 
Greensboro, 1933 




Randolph. 1871 




169 ( J. F. Armstrong 

170 H. G. Hardin 






Chester, S. C, 1S92 


Kennettsvillo, S. C. 1911 








Glen Alpine, 1933 
Charlotte, 1933 


1721 W. L. Nicholson .... 






173 W. E. Poovey 

174 M. B. Woosley 






Mount Airy, 1933 
Newton. 1933 


Randolph, 1894 


Asheville, 1917 




Iredell, 1861 














177 J. W. Ingle 


Tryon. Ga., 1872 


Greensboro, 1900 


Shelby, 1934 


178 M. II. Vestal 

179M. H. Tuttle 






Yadkinville, 1934 
Lenoir, 1934 




Ncwbern, 1S88 




Rowan, 1873 


Monroe, 1902 










Rutherford College. 1934 
West Asheville, 1935 


182IT. F. Glenn 


Buncombe. 1837 


Marion. Va., 1857 


IS3J.T. E. Womack 






Morven, 1935 


















1S6|M. W. Dargan 

1S7|.T. W. Campbell 






Black Mountain, 1935 
Stoneville, 1935 


Catawba, 1869 


Winston, 1898 


188| Seymour Taylor 


Wilkes, 1868 


Salisbury, 1896 


Mooresville, 1935 










190ID. V. Price 


Tennessee, 1S56 


Concord. 1899 


Mount Airy', 1936 


191I.T. B. Tabor 


Tazewell. Va., I860 


Bristol, Tenn., 1884 . .. 


Statesville, 1936 










193|S. S. Higgins 

194[Wm. Hornbuckle 






Guilford College, 1936 
Whittier. 1937 


Jackson, 1880 


Gastonia, 1926 


195] A. J. Burrus 

196|J. A. .1. Farrington . 
197 E. E. Williamson ... 






Rutherford College, 1937 






Penola, Miss., 1867 


Charlotte. 1904 


St. Petersburg. Fla., 1937 



Index 

Record of Conferences 2 

Conference Officers 3 

Quadrennial Boards and Committees 3-6 

Chronological Roll 7-9 

Alphabetical Roll 10-14 

Preachers on Trial 15 

Preachers Serving as Supplies 15 

Lav Delegates 15-17 

Local Preachers 17-18 

Current Minutes . . 19-39 

Condensed Minutes 40-43 

Appointments for 1938 • 44-51 

Reports of Boards and Committees: 

Christian Education 5 2 

Christian Literature 5 7 

Missions 59 

Church Extension 6 3 

Finance 64 

Budget 68 

Conference Treasurer 69 

Conference Trustees 72 

Treasurer of Superannuate Endowment Fund 73 

Lay Activities 74 

Children's Home 76 

Spiritual Life 7 7 

Aldersgate Commemoration 78 

Bible Board 79 

Methodist Co-operation 81 

Pastors' School 8 3 

Conference Relations 8 3 

District Conference Records 84 

Wesley Foundation Work 84 

General Indebtedness 86 

Dr. Strain Fund 86 

Memorials to General Conference 8 7 

Historical Society 89 

Conference Brotherhood 89 



Index 

Clerical Roll of Brotherhood 91 

Roll of Church School Superintendents 93-105 

Statistical Table No. 1 — Membership 106-1 15 

Statistical Table No. 2 — Organizations 116-125 

Statistical Table No. 3 — Financial 126-135 

Statistical Table No. 4 — Superannuate Endowment 136-138 

Statistical Table No. 5 — Country Church 139-159 

Memoirs 161-168 

Roll of Deceased Preachers 169-171 




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of the 

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of the 

Western North Carolina 
Annual Conference 

of the 

Methodist Episcopal Church 
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 

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October 20-24, 1938 



Sessions of the Western North Carolina Conference 

The Western North Carolina Conference was established by the General 
Conference of 1890, from parts of the Holston and North Carolina Conferences, 
and includes all the territory in the State of North Carolina, west of the eastern 
boundary lines of Rockingham, Guilford, Randolph, Stanly and Anson Counties, 
except Savannah Church in Alleghany County, North Carolina, and that portion 
of the State lying north of New River, and including that part of the State of 
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High Point 



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J. C. Keener 

C. B. Galloway 

E. R. Hendrix 

W. W. Duncan 

A. W. Wilson 

W. W. Duncan 

C. B. Galloway 

J. S. Key 

O. P. Fitzgerald 

J. S. Key 

H. C. Morrison 

R. K. Hargrove 

A. C. Smith 

A. C. Smith 

W. W. Duncan 

A. W. Wilson 

A. W. Wilson 

H. C. Morrison 

James Atkins 

James Atkins 

B. R. Hendrix 

E. E. Hoss 

Collins Denny 

J. H. McCoy 

R. G. Waterhouse . . 

W. R. Lambuth 

John C. Kilgo 

James Atkins 

U. V. W. Darlington 

U. V. W. Darlington 

U. V. W. Darlington 

U. V. W. Darlington 

Collins Denny 

Collins Denny 

Collins Denny 

Collins Denny 

Edwin D. Mouzon . . 
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Edwin D. Mouzon . . 
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Paul B. Kern 

Paul B. Kern 

Paul B. Kern 

Paul B. Kern 

Clare Purcell 



C. G. Montgomery 
C. G. Montgomery 
C. G. Montgomery 
C. G. Montgomery 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William D. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William D. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

William L. Sherrill 

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Organization 



CONFERENCE OFFICERS 

CLARE PURCELL, D. D President 

EDGAR H. NEASE Secretary 

WILLIAM L. SHERRILL Secretary Emeritus 

ROBERT G. TUTTLE Statistical Secretary 

C. P. BOWLES, J. G. WILKINSON, J. B. McLARTY 

AND J. P. MORRIS Assistant Secretaries 

E. O. COLE Treasurer 



QUADRENNIAL BOARDS AND COMMITTEES 



I. BOARD OF CHRISTIAN EDUCATION 

W. A. Stanbury, Chairman Asheville 

O. V. Woosley, Vice-Chairman Winston-Salem 

J. G. Huggin, Jr., Secretary Waynesville 

H. A. Dunham, Treasurer Asheville 

C. H. King, Executive-Extension Secretary Salisbury 

Clerical — R. L. Ownbev, J. B. Craven, W. O. Goode, G. R. Jordan, C. E. 
Rozzelle, W. A. Newell, W. A. Kale, C. P. Bowles, G. T. Rowe. 

Lay — Edwin L. Jones, R. T. Amos, J. H. Knox, W. E. Bird, Horace Grigg, 
J. D. Rankin, W. D. Halfacre, C. E. Morgan, E. R. Bucher. 

2. BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

W. G. McFarland, Chairman Asheville 

L. L. Gobbel, Vice-Chairman Greensboro 

Reid Wall, Secretary Granite Falls 

Clerical — T. H. Swofford, G. A. Stamper, E. M. Avett, R. C. Goforth, B. A. 
Sisk, J. H. Carper, A. C. Tippett. 

Lay— Guy Weaver, W. H. Crenshaw, W. J. Bullock, J. R. Long, C. W. 
Hunt, L. H. Phillips, Mrs. J. D. Rankin, Ira G. Shamel. 

3. COMMISSION ON SPIRITUAL LIFE 

W. B. Davis, Chairman Newton 

Mrs. W. A. Newell, Secretary Salisbury 

Clerical— W. H. Groce, L. B. Hayes, D. M. Nifong, P. R. Rayle, M. F. 
Moores, G. B. Clemmer, A. L. Aycock, W. A. Barber. 

Lay— L. W. Elias, C. P. Pate, F. C. Stowe, J. M. Hunt, B. C. Brock, R. C. 
Bunch, R. D. Coleman, R. O. Little. 

4. BOARD OF MISSIONS 

C. C. Weaver, Chairman Charlotte 

W. B. West, Vice-Chairman Salisbury 

R. M. Courtney, Secretary Shelby 

A. F. Hartsell, Treasurer Concord 

L. B. Abernethy, Missionary Secretary and Golden Cross Director Elkin 



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Clerical — F. C. Smathers, E. P. Billups, A. P. Ratledge, H. P. Powell, A. C. 
Gibbs, W. J. Miller. 

Lay — Miss Amy Hackney, Mrs. George A. Hoyle, Mrs. Arthur Harrell, Mrs. 
F. E. Branson, E. A. Cole, B. L. Smith, Mason Lillard, Mrs. P. Frank Hanes. 
Mrs. C. C. Weaver, ex officio; A. J. Kirby, ex officio. 

5. BOARD OF FINANCE 

W. C. Houston, Chairman Concord 

J. H. Armbrust, Secretary Reidsville 

F. C. Boyles, Treasurer Greensboro 

Clerical— U. C. Sprinkle, Jr., E. O. Cole, W. B. Shinn, F. J. Stough, L. F. 

Tuttle, W. M. Smith, J. H. Brendall, Jr., H. G. Allen. 

Lay — P. L. Gaston, P. J. Kiker, Wiley Pickens, H. L. Millner, L. S. Weaver, 
J. R. Boyd, George Finch. 

6. BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

J. A. Jones, Chairman Charlotte 

J. W. Fitzgerald, Vice-Chairman Greensboro 

I. L. Roberts, Secretary-Treasurer Franklin 

J. S. Hiatt, Assistant Secretary Lenoir 

Clerical — J. L. Reynolds, F. B. Jordan, E. M. Jones, J. C. Cornett, W. S. 
Smith, W. L. Scott. 

Lay— J. W. McRary, C. W. Gunter, Fred N. Tate, J. H. Giles, A. G. Odell, 

G. F. Ivey, H. T. Sloan, Paul F. Evans. 

7. COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

H. C. Sprinkle, Chairman Cornelius 

T. R. Wolfe, Vice-Chairman Salisbury 

J. E. Lambeth, Treasurer Thomasville 

Clerical — C. S. Kirkpatrick, Fletcher Nelson, D. E. Camak. 

Lay— B. V. Hedrick, D. B. McCrary, C. A. Jonas, W. H. Bobbitt, F. R. Baker. 

S. BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 

A. J. Kirby, Chairman Gastonia 

Paul F. Evans, Secretary Lexington 

Thos. C. Hoyle, Treasurer Greensboro 

H. A. Dunham, D. E. Henderson, F. C. Todd, D. W. Alexander, O. A. 
Swaringen, W. H. Worth, J. Robert Long. 

9. BIBLE BOARD 

J. B. Ivey, Chairman Charlotte 

T. G. Smith, Vice-Chairman High Point 

L. P. Barnett, Secretary Pineville 

P. L. Shore, H. E. Stimson, A. L. Stanford, R. L. Young, H. M. Wellman, 
J. E. Abernethy, J. H. Green. 

10. COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

G. W. Vick, Chairman Statesville 

G. E. White, Secretary Gastonia 

R. M. Varner, O. L. Brown, H. R. Cornelius, H. C. Byrum, J. S. Gibbs, 
J. H. Brendall, Jr., W. R. Jenkins. 



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11. COMMITTEE ON ADMISSIONS 

W. A. Jenkins, Chairman Marion 

Paul Hardin, Jr., Secretary Wadesboro 

M. T. Hipps, P. N. Garber, H. F. Duncan, C. M. McKinney, A. A. Kyles, 
W. J. Hackney, J. B. McLarty. 

12. COMMITTEES OF EXAMINATIION 
For Admission on Trial — W. Q. Grigg, T. F. Higgins, J. C. Groce. 
First Year — G. C. Graham, E. J. Harbison, W. L. Lanier. 
Second Year — M. Q. Tuttle, P. W. Townsend, C. O. Kennerly. 
Third Year — C. B. Newton, H. M. Robinson, W. R. Kelly. 
Fourth Year — A. W. Lynch, R. G. Tuttle, R. E. Hinshaw. 

13. TRUSTEES OF SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT FUND 

James A. Bell, Chairman Charlotte 

J. B. Ivey, Vice-Chairman Charlotte 

Julian H. Little, Treasurer Charlotte 

W. C. Houston, M. D. Stockton. 

14. CONFERENCE TRUSTEES 

J. B. Ivey, Chairman Charlotte 

C. C. Weaver, Vice-Chairman Charlotte 

A. W. Plyler, Secretary-Treasurer Greensboro 

E. K. McLarty, S. B. Turrentine, I. F. Craven, J. A. Bell, C. M. Pickens. 

15. RURAL WORK COMMISSION 

W. A. Kale, Chairman Mooresville 

Mrs. Reid Wall, Vice-Chairman Granite Falls 

G. R. Stafford, Secretary-Treasurer Rfd, Stanley 

Clerical — Bishop Clare Purcell, W. A. Stanbury, C. H. King, L. B. Abernethy, 
the Presiding Elders. 

Lay — Mrs. C. C. Weaver, S. G. Hawfield, J. A. Jones, A. J. Kirby, Mrs. 
W. I. Pitts. 

16. TRUSTEES OF CHILDREN'S HOME 

Terms expire 1939 — H. K. Boyer, G. L. Hackney, James G. Hanes, J. S. 
Hiatt, R. O. Lindsay, J. W. Moore, J. Raymond Smith. 

Terms expire 1941 — T. F. Marr, G. F. Ivey, E. R. Bucher, Thurmond 
Chatham, R. M. Courtney, J. Paul Lucas, B. S. Womble. 

Terms expire 1943 — R. G. Stockton, T. Austin Finch, James A. Gray, C. W. 
Gunter, T. B. Johnson, Bishop W. W. Peele, Fred N. Tate. 

17. TRUSTEES OF THE HUGH CHATHAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

L. B. Abernethy, Chairman Elkin 

Thurmond Chatham, Vice-Chairman Winston-Salem 

Avery Neaves, Vice-Chairman Elkin 

Mason Lillard, Secretary-Treasurer Elkin 

Terms expire 1939 — Mason Lillard, Thurmond Chatham, W. A. Neaves, 
Alex Chatham. 

Terms expire 1940 — R. P. Hanes, Dr. J. L. Doughton, R. A. Doughton, 
Dr. E. G. Click, Dr. C. C. Weaver. 

Terms expire 1941 — L. B. Abernethy, R. O. Lindsay, A. L. Butler, R. M. 
Chatham. 



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IS. CONFERENCE ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 
J. B. Craven, H. C. Sprinkle, C. C. Weaver, J. B. Ivey, Canie N. Brown. 

19. ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON GENERAL INDEBTEDNESS 

D. B. McCrary, Chairman Asheboro 

E. A. Palmgren, Secretary-Treasurer Charlotte 

J. S. Hiatt, C. C. Weaver, Gurney H. Kearns, J. B. Craven. 

20. COMMISSION ON EVANGELISM 

E. K. McLarty, Chairman and Director of Evangelism Concord 

H. P. Powell, Secretary Asheboro 

L. B. Abernethy, E. W. Fox, W. B. McEwen, J. H. Grigg, C. E. Morgan. 

21. JOINT COMMITTEE ON MINISTERIAL TRAINING 

W. A. Jenkins, Chairman Marion 

Carl H. King, Secretary Salisbury 

W. A. Stanbury, A. W. Lynch, W. Q. Grigg, G. C. Graham, M. Q. Tuttle, 
C. B. Newton. 

22. CONFERENCE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

W. A. Jenkins, President Marion 

R. L. Ownbey, Vice-President Charlotte 

W. G. McFarland, Secretary-Treasurer Asheville 

Executive Committee — W. L. Sherrill, C. M. Pickens, A. W. Plyler. 

23. CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 

H. G. Allen, President Lexington 

R. C. Goforth, Vice-President Fallston 

C. C. Herbert, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer Walkertown 

F. C. Smathers, Assistant Secretary-Treasurer Rutherf ordton 

These, with E. M. Jones and H. C. Sprinkle, constitute the Executive Com- 
mittee. 

24. TREASURERS OF VARIOUS FUNDS 

Pastors should send funds to the following: 

1. General and Conference Work — E. O. Cole, Treasurer, 1225 Plaza, 
Charlotte. 

2. C/iurch Sc/iool Da) — H. A. Dunham, Asheville. 

3. Children's Home — O. V. Woosley, Superintendent, Winston-Salem. 

4. Missions Specials and Maintenance Fund — J. F. Rawls, Doctors Bldg., 
Nashville, Tenn. 

5. Superannuate Endowment — Dr. C. W. Tadlock, Secretary Board of 
Finance, Security Building, Saint Louis, Mo. 

6. Golden Cross Collections — A. F. Hartsell, Concord, N. C. 

25. DELEGATES TO THE UNITING CONFERENCE 

Clerical— C. C. Weaver, P. N. Garber, A. W. Plyler, W. A. Lambeth, G. T. 
Rowe, J. B. Craven, W. A. Stanbury, G. R. Jordan, M. T. Smathers, C. S. 
Kirkpatrick. 

Alternates— C. H. Moser, E. K. McLarty, G. T. Bond, L. B. Hayes. 

Lay — O. V. Woosley, J. B. Ivey, L. L. Gobbel, H. A. Dunham, J. A. Jones, 
A. J. Kirby, Paul F. Evans, J. E. Lambeth, Mrs. C. C. Weaver, W. H. Worth. 

Alternates — W. B. McEwen, James A. Gray, E. A. Cole, J. C. Kesler. 



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Chronological Roll 



Name Where Admitted 

1875 

1 J. T. Stover Knoxville, Tenn. 

1879 

2 J. E. Thompson Wilson 

1883 

3 J. H. Brendall . . Chattanooga, Tenn. 

1884 

4 J. L. Teague Bristol, Tenn. 

5 B. A. York Wilmington 

1885 

6 J. M. Downturn Charlotte 

7 T. E. Wagg Cleveland, Tenn. 

1886 

8 T. F. Marr Knoxville, Tenn. 

9 Z. Paris Reidsville 

1887 

10 W. F. Sandford Huntsville, Ala. 

1888 

11 D. M. Litaker New Bern 

12 S. B. Turrentine New Bern 

1889 

13 D. F. Carver Morristown, Tenn. 

14 G. D. Herman . . Morristown, Tenn. 

15 Parker Holmes Greensboro 

16 T. J. Rogers Greensboro 

17 A. R. Surratt Greensboro 

18 J. H. West Morristown, Tenn. 

1890 

19 W. S. Cherry Concord 

20 W. M. Curtis Concord 

21 Ebenezer Myers Concord 

22 P. E. Parker Concord 

23 W. L. Sherrill Concord 

24 W. A. Wilson Wilson 

1891 

25 J. J. Gray Asheville 

26 E. K. Whidden Monticello, Fla. 

1892 

27 T. B. Johnson Winston-Salem 

28 M. F. Moores Middleboro, Kv. 

29 C. M. Pickens Wytheville, Va. 

30 A. W. Plyler Winston-Salem 

1893 

31 J. E. Abernethy Charlotte 

32 J. H. Bradley Charlotte 

33 R. L. Ownbey Charlotte 

34 J. A. Peeler Charlotte 

35 W. M. Robbins Charlotte 

36 H. C. Sprinkle Charlotte 

1894 

37 R. S. Howie Statesville 

38 L. L. Smith Statesville 

1895 

39 H. K. Boyer Reidsville 

40 E. N. Crowder Reidsville 

41 E. W. Fox Reidsville 

1896 

42 L. W. Colson Savannah, Ga. 

43 G. T. Rowe Salisbury 

1897 

44 O. P. Ader Asheville 

45 J. A. Baldwin Asheville 

46 A. S. Raper Asheville 



Name Where Admitted 

1898 

47 E. K. McLarty Winston-Salem 

48 J. B. Needham Oakland, Calif. 

1899 

49 R. M. Courtney Concord 

50 C. P. Goode Concord 

51 J. C. Keever Concord 

52 A. L. Stanford Concord 

53 R. S. Truesdale . Orangeburg, S. C. 

54 A. H. Whisner Concord 

1900 

55 L. B. Abernethy Greensboro 

56 C. N. Clark St. Louis, Mo. 

57 J. B. Craven Greensboro 

5S J. W. Moore Greensboro 

59 J. I. Spinks Columbia, S. C. 

1901 

60 W. O. Goode Gastonia 

61 T. C. Jordan Gastonia 

62 J. T. Ratledge Gastonia 

63 P. W. Tucker Gastonia 

64 C. C. Weaver Gastonia 

1902 

65 H. C. Bvrum Monroe 

66 W. L. Hutchins Monroe 

67 J. W. Long Monroe 

68 N. M. Modlin Monroe 

69 T. R. Wolfe Monroe 

1903 

70 A. L. Aycock High Point 

71 D. E. Camak Greenville, S. C. 

72 A. R. Bell High Point 

73 R. P. Fikes Meridian, Miss. 

74 R. E. Hunt Goldsboro 

75 J. W. Kennedy High Point 

76 C. L. McCain Greenville 

77 W. A. Newell High Point 

78 C. R. Ross High Point 

79 S. A. Stewart High Point 

80 B. Wilson High Point 

1904 

SI W. T. Albright Charlotte 

82 M. B. Clegg Charlotte 

83 H. H. Robbins Charlotte 

84 C. M. Short Charlotte 

1905 

85 D. C. Ballard Greensboro 

86 J. P. Hipps Greensboro 

87 T. J. Houck Greensboro 

88 C. S. Kirkpatrick Greensboro 

89 W. A. Lambeth Greensboro 

90 M. B. Stokes Greensboro 

91 D. P. Waters Greensboro 

1906 

92 E. M. Avett Mount Airy 

93 J. A. Fry Mount Airy 

94 J. S. Hiatt Mount Airy 

95 J. G. W. Holloway Mount Airy 

96 R. L. Melton Mount Airy 

97 R. A. Taylor Mount Airy 

1907 

98 E. O. Cole Salisbury 

99 O. J. Jones Salisbury 

100 N. S. Ogburn Salisbury 

101 H. L. Powell Gaff nev, S. C. 

102 G. A. Stamper Salisbury 

103 A. C. Swofford Salisbury 



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Name Where Admitted 

1908 

104 G. T. Bond Knoxville, Tenn. 

105 G. C. Brinkman Asheville 

106 P. H. Brittain Asheville 

107 J. O. Ervin Asheville 

108 J. P. Hornhuckle Asheville 

109 W. A. Stanbury Durham 

110 E. E. Yates Asheville 

1909 

111 W. I. Hughes Hickory 

112 A. P. Ratledge Hickory 

113 O. P. Routh Hickory 

114 W. B. Shinn Hickory 

115 L.D. Thompson Hickory 

116 H. B. Trimble Searcy, Ark. 

1910 

117 C. R. Allison Winston- Salem 

118 T. A. Groce Winston-Salem 

119 G. A. B. Holderbv . Winston-Salem 

120 R. P. Huneycutt .. Winston-Salem 

121 A. L. Latham Winston-Salem 

122 Elzie Myers Charleston, S. C. 

123 P. L. Shore Winston-Salem 

124 G. W. Vick Elizabeth City 

1911 

125 G. R. Combs Richmond, Ky. 

126 W. B. Davis Statesville 

127 A. C. Gibbs Statesville 

128 R. C. Kirk Statesville 

129 M. T. Smathers Statesville 

130 W. B. West Statesville 

131 G. W. Williams Statesville 

1912 

132 J. E. McSwain High Point 

133 D. H. Rhinehart Hierh Point 

134 W. M. Smith High Point 

1913 

135 J. C. Cornett Cleveland, Tenn. 

136 E. J. Harbison Charlotte 

137 J. P. Morris Charlotte 

138 C. E. Rozzelle Charlotte 

139 N. C. Williams Charlotte 

1914 

140 A. Burgess Shelby 

141 G. W. Fink Shelby 

142 John H. Green Shelbv 

143 L. B. Hayes Shelbv 

144 T. A. Plyler Shelby 

145 J. W. Vestal Shelby 

146 H. M. Wellman Shelby 

1915 

147 E. P. Billups . . Clarksburg, W. Va. 

148 J. W. Bennett Reidsville 

149 J. W. Combs Reidsville 

150 T. V. Crouse Reidsville 

151 R. L. Forbis Reidsville 

152 D. V. Howell Reidsville 

153 W. A. Jenkins Reidsville 

154 M. A. Osborne Reidsville 

155 O. L. Simpson Bristol, Va. 

1916 

156 H. G. Allen Gastonia 

157 J. M. Green Gastonia 

158 T. F. Higgins Gastonia 

159 J. E. B. Houser Gastonia 

160 J. W. Hoyle, Jr Durham 

161 T. J. Huggins Gastonia 

162 E. L. Kirk Gastonia 

163 B. C. Reavis Gastonia 

164 W. L. Scott Gastonia 

165 J. C. Umberger Gastonia 

1917 

166 G. W. Clay Asheville 

167 M. G. Ervin Asheville 

168 J. B. Fitzgerald Asheville 

169 J. W. Fitzgerald Asheville 



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Name Where Admitted 

Van B. Harrison . . North Ga. Conf. 

M. W. Heckard Asheville 

C. O. Kennerly Asheville 

R. H. Kennington Asheville 

F. H. Price Asheville 

R. A. Swaringen Asheville 

E. C. Widenhouse .... Pulaski, Va. 
1918 

E. D. Ballard Charlotte 

J. M. Barber Charlotte 

F. O. Dryman Charlotte 

J. S. Folger Charlotte 

R. C. Goforth Charlotte 

W. J. Hackney Charlotte 

W. R. Harris Charlotte 

R. T. Houts . . . San Antonio, Texas 

W. R. Jenkins Charlotte 

W. G. McFarland Goldsboro 

S. M. Needham Charlotte 

W. B. Thompson Charlotte 

J. M. Varner Charlotte 

1919 

J. H. Armbrust Greensboro 

J. O. Banks Greensboro 

J. C. Gentry Greensboro 

J. S. Gibbs Greensboro 

C. M. McKinney Greensboro 

1920 

J. O. Cox Salisbury 

T. W. Hager Salisbury 

J. A. Howell Salisbury 

A. C. Kennedy Salisbury 

D. A. Lewis Salisbury 

J. T. Mangum Salisbury 

W. A. Rollins Salisbury 

A. C. Tippett Salisbury 

R. E. Ward Salisbury 

1921 

G. G. Adams High Point 

W. A. Barber High Point 

J. E. Hipp High Point 

G R. Jordan High Point 

W. J. Miller High Point 

J. L. Reynolds High Point 

C. F. Tate High Point 

J. R. Warren High Point 

G. L. Wilkinson High Point 

1922 

J. R. Church Monroe 

H. C. Freeman Monroe 

R. M. Hauss Monroe 

R. E. Hinshaw Monroe 

M. E. Leftwich Monroe 

D. A. Oakley Monroe 

J. N. Randall Monroe 

W. M. Rathburn Monroe 

F. L. Setzer Monroe 

I. L. Shaver Monroe 

F. J. Stough Monroe 

1923 

E. H. Blackard . Bridgeport, Conn. 

G. B. Clemmer .... Winston-Salem 
H. R. Cornelius . . . Winston-Salem 

B. M. Crosby Newberry, S. C. 

E. M. Jones . : Winston-Salem 

A. W. Lynch Winston- Salem 

M. Q. Tuttle Winston-Salem 

1924 

J. H. Brendall, Jr Greensboro 

O. L. Brown Greensboro 

J. W. Groce Greensboro 

T. B. Huneycutt Greensboro 

O. B. Mitchell Greensboro 

E. H. Nease Greensboro 

C. B. Newton Greensboro 

J. W. Parker Greensboro 



Western North Carolina Conference 



Name Where Admitted 

239 H. P. Powell Greensboro 

240 P. R. Rayle Greensboro 

241 W. E. Rufty Greensboro 

242 E. E. Snow Greensboro 

243 H. E. Stimson Greensboro 

244 H. C. Sprinkle, Jr Wilmington 

245 R. B. Templeton, Jacksonville, Fla. 

246 J. N. Wise Greensboro 

1925 

247 H. F. Duncan Statesville 

248 W. R. Kelly Statesville 

249 C. H. Moser Statesville 

250 E. W. Needham Statesville 

251 T. G Smith Statesville 

1926 

252 P. N. Garber Gastonia 

253 G. C. Graham Gastonia 

254 C. C. Herbert. Jr Durham 

255 W. A. Kale Gastonia 

256 W. A. Kerr Gastonia 

257 I. L. Roberts Gastonia 

258 O. L. Robinson Gastonia 

259 J. B. Tabor, Jr Gastonia 

1927 

260 R. L. Bass Asheville 

261 J. M. Brandon Asheville 

262 G. N. Dulin Asheville 

263 J. C. Groce Asheville 

264 Paul Hardin, Jr Asheville 

265 M. T. Hipps Asheville 

266 F. W. Kiker Asheville 

267 M. A. Lewis Asheville 

268 V. R. Masters Asheville 

269 G. R. Stafford Asheville 

270 T. H. Swofford Asheville 

271 P. W. Townsend Asheville 

272 Reid Wall Valdosta, Ga. 

273 C. E. Williams Asheville 

1928 

274 O. E. Croy Charoltte 

275 P. T. Dixon Charlotte 

276 W. Q. Grigg Charlotte 

277 G. F. Houck Charlotte 

278 J. G. Hug-gin, Jr Charlotte 

279 R. G. McClamrock Charlotte 

280 C. A. Morrison Charlotte 

281 J. L. Rayle Charlotte 

282 I. L. Sharpe Charlotte 

283 B. A. Sisk Charlotte 

284 W. S. Smith Charlotte 

285 G. E. White Charlotte 

286 R. L. Young Charlotte 

1929 

287 G. F. Hood High Point 

288 Brooks Jerome High Point 

289 A. A. Kyles High Point 

290 C. E. Murrav High Point 

291 L. F. Tuttle High Point 

292 R. M. Varner High Point 

293 A. C. Waggoner High Point 

294 J. E. Yountz High Point 

1930 

295 R. J. Barnwell Greensboro 

296 C. P. Bowles Greensboro 

297 E. B. Edwards Greensboro 

298 T. G. Highfill Greensboro 

299 F. E. Howard Greensboro 

300 J. L. Ingram Greensboro 

301 J. B. McLarty Greensboro 

302 Fletcher Nelson Greensboro 

303 C. W. Russell Greensboro 

304 J. N. Snow Greensboro 

305 J. G. Wilkinson . .' Greensboro 

306 J. G. Winkler Greensboro 

307 C. F. Womble Greensboro 



Name Where Admitted 

1931 

308 L. P. Barnett Asheville 

309 W. H. Benfield Asheville 

310 C. D. Brown Asheville 

311 A. B. Bruton Asheville 

312 J. H. Carper Asheville 

313 W. C. Dutton Asheville 

314 M. W. Edwards Asheville 

315 W. H. Groce Asheville 

316 N. A. Huffman (D) Asheville 

317 F. B. Jordan Asheville 

318 A. G. Lackey Asheville 

319 B. W. Lefler Asheville 

320 Byron Shankle Asheville 

321 F. H. Shinn Asheville 

322 R. B. Shumaker Asheville 

323 F. C. Smathers Asheville 

324 J. C. Stokes (D) Asheville 

S25 J. L. Stokes, II (D) Asheville 

326 C. C. Washam Asheville 

1932 

327 L. R. Akers, Jr. ... Winston-Salem 

328 C. W. Clay (D) ... Winston-Salem 

329 C. H. King Winston- Salem 

330 W. L. Lanier Winston-Salem 

331 J. C. Reichard .... Winston-Salem 

332 C. M. Smith Winston-Salem 

333 P. L. Smith Winston-Salem 

334 L. F. Strader Winston-Salem 

1933 

335 W. F. Beadle Winnfield, La. 

336 F. R. Barber Charlotte 

337 E. H. Brendall Charlotte 

33S V. P. Crowder Charlotte 

339 J. R. Duncan Charlotte 

340 R. M. Hardee Charlotte 

341 T. H. Houck Charlotte 

342 W. J. Huneycutt Charlotte 

343 H. D. Jessup Charlotte 

344 C. W. Kirby Charlotte 

345 R. M. Laughlin Charlotte 

346 D. M. Nifong Charlotte 

347 C. H. Peace Charlotte 

348 H. M. Robinson Charlotte 

349 M. B. Stokes, Jr., (D) . . Charlotte 

350 J. C. Swain Charlotte 

351 R. H. Taylor Charlotte 

352 R. G. Tuttle, Jr Charlotte 

353 W. O. Weldon Columbia, S. C. 

1934 

354 J. W. Blitch (D) . . Gainsville, Fla. 

355 H. E. Bolick Greensboro 

356 McRae Crawford Greensboro 

357 R. P. Gibbs Greensboro 

358 C. G. Hefner Greensboro 

359 J. S. Higgins Greensboro 

360 H. O. Huss Greensboro 

361 A. A. Lyerly Greensboro 

362 E. K. McLarty, Jr Greensboro 

363 A. L. Rayle Greensboro 

1935 

364 H. L. Creech, Jr. (D) Salisbury 

365 W. K. Goo.dson (D) Salisbury 

366 H. L. Lefevers (D) Salisbury 

367 A. F. Phibbs (D) Salisburv 

368 R. A. Smith Salisbury 

369 H. S. Williams (D) 

Chattanooga, Tenn. 
1936 

370 W. P. Eaker (D) Salisbury 

371 L. S. Furr (D) Salisbury 

372 P. L. Green (D) Salisbury 

373 E. M. Hoyle (D) Salisbury 

374 H. E. Jones (D) Salisbury 

375 E. C. Price (D) Salisbury 

376 P. L. Shore, Jr. (D) Salisbury 

377 R. J. Starling (D) Salisbury 

378 P. R. Taylor (D) Salisbury 



Ill 

Alphabetical Roll, 1939 



Name Post Office Appointment 

Bishop W. W. Peele . . . Richmond, Va Honorary Member 

1 Abernethy, J. E Valdese Valdese 

2 Abernethy, L. B Elkin Missionary Secretary 

3 Adams, G. G Matthews Matthews 

4 Ader, O. P Coleridge Coleridge 

5 Akers, L. R., Jr Polkton Polkton 

6 Albright, W. T Stokesdale Stokesdale 

7 Allen, H. G Lexington First Church 

8 Allison, C. R Monroe North Monroe 

9 Armbrust, J. H Reidsville Main Street 

10 Avett, E. M Mocksville Mocksville 

11 Aycock, A. L North Wilkesboro North Wilkesboro 

12 Baldwin, J. A Ansonville Superannuate 

13 Ballard, D. C Newton, R. 2 Superannuate 

14 Ballard, E. D Albemarle Tabernacle 

15 Banks, J. O Cleveland, R. 2 Cool Springs 

16 Barber, P. R Concord Rockv Ridge 

17 Barber, J. M Charlotte, R. 1 Hickory Grove 

18 Barber, W. A Lincolnton Boger City 

19 Barnett, L. P Pineville Pineville 

20 Barnwell. R. J Dallas Dallas 

21 Bass, R. L Concord Epworth 

22 Beadle, W. F Highlands Highlands 

23 Bell, A. R Reidsville, R. 5 Superannuate 

24 Benfleld, W, H Swannanoa Swannanoa 

25 Bennett, J. W Elk Park Elk Park 

26 Billups, E. P Brevard Brevard 

27 Blackard, E. H High Point Wesley Memorial 

28 Blitch, J. W Waynesville, R. 1 Bethel 

29 Bolick, HE Fletcher Fletcher 

30 Bond, G. T 1100 Queens Rd., Charlotte Presiding ELder 

31 Bowles, C. P Belmont Main Street 

32 Boyer, H. K Derita Superannuate 

33 Bradley, J. H Stony Point Superannuate 

34 Brandon, J. M Morganton Morganton Circuit 

35 Brendall, E. H Belmont Park Street 

36 Brendall, J. H Greensboro, R. 3 Superannuate 

37 Brendall, J. H., Jr Winston-Salem Ardmore 

38 Brinkman, G. C Brevard Superannuate 

39 Brittain, P. H Hiekorv, R. 2 Superannuate 

40 Brown, C. D Paw Creek Thrift 

41 Brown, O. L Cramerton Cramerton 

42 Bruton, A. B Micaville Micaville 

43 Burgess, A Marion Marion Mills 

44 Byrum, H. C Morganton North Forest 

45 Camak, D. E Hendersonville Hendersonville 

46 Carper, J. H Lake Junaluska Junaluska 

47 Carver, D. F McAdenville Superannuate 

48 Cherry, W. S Newton Superannuate 

49 Church, J. R Winston-Salem General Evangelist 

50 Clark, C. N Church St., Salisbury .... Presiding Elder 

51 Clay, C. W Granberry College, Juiz 

De Flora, Minas Geraes, 

Brazil Missionary to Brazil 

52 Clay, G. W Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant 

53 Clegg, M. B Box 714, Asheville Superannuate 

54 Clemmer. G. B Albemarle Central 

55 Cole, E. 1225 Plaza, Charlotte Derita-Oakhurst 

56 Closon, L. W 252 Brevard Rd., Asheville Chaplain Oteen Hospital 

57 Combs, G. R Monroe Central 

58 Combs, J. W Lenoir Lenoir Circuit 

59 Cornelius, H. R Lilesville Lilesville 

60 Cornett, J. C Marion Presiding Elder 

61 Courtney, R. M Shelby Central 

62 Cox, J. O Mooresville South Iredell 

63 Craven, J. B 1000 W. Market, G'boro . . West Market Street 

64 Crawford, McRae Linville Falls Linville Falls 

65 Creech, H. L., Jr Gold Hill Gold Hill 

66 Crosby, B. M Mooresville Mooresville Circuit 

67 Crouse, T. V Reidsville Reidsville Circuit 

68 Crowder, E. N Rutherfordton Superannuate 

69 Crowder, V. P Morganton, Rfd Table Rock 



Western North Carolina Conference 1 1 

Name Post Office Appointment 

70 Croy, O. E Woodleaf Woodleaf 

71 Curtis, W. M Greensboro Treasurer Greensboro College 

72 Davis, W. B Newton Newton 

73 Dixon, P. T Morven Morven 

74 Downum, J. M Boone Superannuate 

75 Dryman, F. 70 Washington Rd., 

Asheville Hillside Street 

76 Dulin, G. N Andrews Andrews 

77 Duncan, H. F Gastonia Bradley Memorial 

78 Duncan, J. R Weaverville Weaverville Circuit 

79 Dutton, W. C Kannapolis Midway 

80 Eaker, W. F Crouse Crouse 

81 Edwards, E. B Concord Harmony 

82 Edwards, M. W Mill Spring Mill Spring 

83 Ervin, J. O Monroe, R. 4 Prospect 

84 Ervin, M. G Mocksville Davie 

85 Fikes, R. P 3521 Monroe Rd., Charlotte Superannuate 

86 Fink, G. W Jamestown Jamestown-Oakdale 

87 Fitzgerald, J. B Harris Broad River 

88 Fitzgerald, J. W 16th St., Greensboro Carraway Memorial 

89 Folger, J. S 1617 N. McDowell, Charlotte Duncan Memorial 

90 Forbis, R. L Chadwick Sta., Charlotte Chadwick 

91 Fox, E. W Kings Mountain Kings Mountain 

92 Freeman, H. C Nebo City McDowell 

93 Fry, J. A Murphy Murphy Circuit 

94 Furr, L. S Charlotte Asst. Pastor First Church 

95 Garber, P. N Duke Uni., Durham Professor Duke University 

96 Gentry, J. C Hayesville Hayesville 

97 Gibbs, A. C Statesville Broad Street 

98 Gibbs, J. S Albemarle First Street 

99 Gibbs, R. P Summerfield Summerfield 

100 Goforth. R. C Fallston Belwood 

101 Goode, C. P Summerfield Superannuate 

102 Goode, W. O Spencer Central 

103 Goodson, W. K Greensboro Asst. Pastor W. Market St. 

104 Graham, G. C Lewisville Lewisville 

105 Gray, J. J Angier Superannuate 

106 Green, J. H Yadkinville Yadkinville 

107 Green, J. M Moravian Falls Moravian Falls 

108 Green, P. L Leicester Sandy 

109 Grigg, W. Q Catawba Catawba 

110 Groce, J. C Gastonia West End 

111 Groce, J. W High Point Oak View 

112 Groce, T. A Candler Superannuate 

113 Groce, W. H Weaverville Weaverville 

114 Hackney, W. J Charlotte Superannuate 

115 Hager, T. W Concord Westford 

116 Harbison, E. J Burnsville Burnsville 

117 Hardin, Paul, Jr Wadesboro Wadesboro 

118 Hardee, R. M Greensboro Glenwood 

119 Harris, W. R Rural Hall Rural Hall 

120 Harrison, Van B Murphy Murphy 

121 Hauss, R. M Ramseur Ramseur-Franklinville 

122 Hayes, L. B 508 Summit Ave., Greensboro Presiding Elder 

123 Heckard, M. W Albemarle, R. 3 Salem 

124 Hefner, C. G Cullowhee Cullowhee 

125 Herbert, C. C, Jr. ... Walkertown Walkertown 

126 Herman, G. D Biltmore Superannuate 

127 Hiatt, J. S 126 Ashe Ave., Lenoir ... First Church 

128 Higgins, J. S Duke Uni., Durham Student 

129 Higgins, T. F 323 Quincey, Charlotte ..Calvary 

130 Highfill, T. G Cherryville Cherryville Circuit 

131 Hinshaw, R. E Winston-Salem Ogburn Memorial 

132 Hipp, J. E Peachland Peachland 

133 Hipps, J. P 1209 Pegram St., Charlotte Belmont Park 

134 Hipps, M. T Box 828, Salisbury Director Y. P. Work 

Board Christian Education 

135 Holderby, G. A. B. ...46 West St., Asheville ...Superannuate 

136 Holloway, J. G. W. . . Granite Falls Superannuate 

137 Holmes, Parker Forest City Superannuate 

138 Hood, G. F Saluda Saluda-Tryon 

139 Hornbuckle, J. P Hickory Bethel-Fairgrove 

140 Houck, G. F Elmwood Elmwood 

141 Houck, T. H Danbury Danbury 

142 Houck, T. J Todd, R. 1 Superannuate 

143 Houser, J. E. B Liberty Liberty 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

144 Houts, R. T Spray Spray 

145 Howard, P. E Parmer Farmer 

146 Howell, D. V. ... 1105 Thistle St., High Point Calvary 

147 Howell, J. A Jefferson Jefferson 

148 Howie, R. S Thomasville Superannuate 

149 Hoyle, E. M Marshall Marshall 

150 Hoyle, John, Jr Statesville Presiding Elder 

151 Huffman, N. A Waxhaw Waxhaw 

152 Huggin, J. G., Jr. . . . Waynesville Wavnesville 

153 Huggins, T. J Matthews, R. 2 Weddington 

154 Hughes, W. I Rutherford College Superannuate 

155 Huneycutt, R. F Southmont Linwood 

156 Huneycutt, T. B Granite Quarry Granite Quarry 

157 Huneycutt, W. J West Jefferson West Jefferson 

158 Hunt, R. E Walnut Cove Walnut Cove 

159 Huss, H. O Todd Todd 

160 Hutchins, W. L Waynesville Presiding Elder 

161 Ingram, J. L Welcome Welcome 

162 Jenkins, W. A Marion First Church 

103 Jenkins, W. R Thomasville Thomasville Circuit 

164 Jerome, Brooks, Stanfield Superannuate 

165 Jessup, H. D Bostic Sunshine 

166 Johnson, T. B Thomasville Superannuate 

167 Jones, E. M Kannapolis Trinity 

168 Jones, H. E Horse Shoe Mills River 

169 Jones, O. J Bessemer Sta., G'boro Bessemer 

170 Jordan, F. B Charlotte Wesley Heights 

171 Jordan, G. Ray Winston-Salem Centenary 

172 Jordan, T. C 217 3rd Ave., W. 

Hendersonville Superannuate 

173 Kale, W. A Mooresville Central 

174 Keever, J. C Stony Point Superannuate 

175 Kelly, W. R Canton Canton 

176 Kennedy, A. C Denton Denton 

177 Kennedy, J. W Durham, R. 5 Superannuate 

178 Kennedy, C. O Lowell Lowell 

179 Kennington, R. H. ... Norwood Norwood Circuit 

180 Kerr, W. A Taylorsville Taylorsville 

181 Kiker, F. W North Charlotte Spencer Memorial 

182 King, C. H Box S2S, Salisbury Executive-Extension Secre- 

tary Board of Christian Edu. 

183 Kirby, C. W Winston-Salem Forsyth 

184 Kirk, E. L Kernersville Kernersville 

185 Kirk, R. C High Point Ward Street-Archdale 

186 Kirkpatrick, C. S., 447 Arlington St., Greensboro Centenary 

187 Kyles, A. A Cooleemee Cooleemee 

188 Lackey, A. G Mooresville, Rfd Shepherds 

189 Lambeth, W. A., 898 Lynwood Ave., W.-Salem . Presiding Elder 

190 Lanier, W. L New London Badin-New London 

191 Latham, A. L 102 State St., Greensboro Lee's Chapel-Grace 

192 Laughlin, R. M Madison Madison 

193 Lefevers, H. L Robbinsville Robbinsville 

194 Lefler, B. W Greensboro Bethel 

195 Leftwich, M. E Stanley Stanley 

196 Lewis, D. A Old Fort Superannuate 

197 Lewis, M. A Marion Cross Mills 

198 Litaker, D. M 108 Law Bldg., Charlotte Superannuate 

199 Long, J. W 527 Highland Ave., G'boro Superannuate 

200 Lyerly, A. A Kannapolis Kannapolis Circuit 

201 Lynch, A. W W ilkesboro Wilkesboro 

202 Mangum, J. T Selma, Ala., R. 2 Superannuate 

203 Marr, T. F Brevard Superannuate 

204 Masters, V. R Mooresville Broad Street 

205 McCain, C. L 2 Fairview Ave., Greer, S. C. Superannuate 

206 McClamrock, R. G. ..Winston-Salem Hiatt Memorial 

207 McFarland, W. G 249 Haywood St., Asheville Haywood Street 

208 McKinney, C. M Bostic Bostic 

209 McLarty, E. K Concord Central 

210 McLarty, E. K., Jr. . . Charlotte, R. 4 Big Sprine; 

211 McLarty, J. B Mount Holly Mount Holly 

212 McSwain, J. E Marshville Marshville 

213 Melton, R. L Hamptonville Superannuate 

214 Miller, W. J Mount Airy Central 

215 Mitchell, O. B Winston-Salem Grace 

216 Modlin, N. M 512 N. Flint St., Lincolnton Superannuate 

217 Moore, J. W High Point Sabbatical Leave 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

218 Moores, M, F Glen Alpine Glen Alpine 

219 Morris, J. P Rutherford College Rutherford College 

220 Morrison, C. A Newton, Rfd South Fork 

221 Moser, C. H 606 York St., Gastonia .. Presiding Elder 

222 Murray, C. E Concord Kerr Street 

223 Myers, Ebenezer Lenoir Superannuate 

224 Myers, Elzie Henrietta Henrietta 

225 Nease, E. H 517 Hawthorne Lane, 

Charlotte ^ Hawthorne Lane 

226 Needham, E. W East Spencer East Spencer- Yadkin 

227 Needham, J. B Wheatland, California ...Superannuate 

228 Needham, S. M., 1305 Summit Ave., Greensboro Proximity 

229 Nelson, Fletcher Forest City Forest City 

230 Newell, W. A Morganton First Church 

231 Newton, C. B Winston-Salem Central Terrace 

232 Nifong, D. M Cherryville Cherryville 

233 Oakley, D. A Lenoir Whitnell 

234 Ogburn, N. S Kwansei-Gakuin, Koto- 

Mura, Nishimova- 

Shangai, Japan Missionary to Japan 

235 Osborne, M. A Denver Rock Springs 

236 Ownbey, R. L 1711 Brandon Rd., Charlotte Myers Park 

237 Paris, Z Lake Junaluska Superannuate 

238 Parker, J. W Amantha Watauga 

239 Parker, P. E Thomasville Superannuate 

240 Peace, C. H Stony Point Stony Point 

241 Peeler, J. A Hickory Superannuate 

242 Phibbs, A. F Crabtree Crabtree 

243 Pickens, C. M Thomasville Main Street 

244 Plyler, A. W W. Market St., G'boro . . .Editor N. C. Christian Advo. 

245 Plyler, T. A Indian Trail Superannuate 

246 Powell, H. L Hickory Westview 

247 Powell, H. P Asheboro First Church 

248 Price, E. C Clyde Clyde 

249 Price, F. H Shelby Lafayette Street 

250 Randall, J. N Concord Mt. Olivet 

251 Raper, A. S Welcome Superannuate 

252 Rathburn, W. M Thomasville Trinity-Bethel 

253 Ratledge, A. P Sylva Sylva 

254 Ratledge, J. T Madison Superannuate 

255 Rayle, A. L Bryson City Bryson City 

256 Rayle, J. L Shelby Shelby Circuit 

257 Rayle, P. R Draper Draper 

258 Reavis, B. C Greensboro College Place 

259 Reichard, J. C Duke Uni., Durham Student 

260 Reynolds, J. L Candler Acton 

261 Rhinehart, D. H Olin Olin 

262 Roberts, I. L Franklin Franklin 

263 Robbins, H. H Catawba, Rfd Balls Creek 

264 Robbins, W. M Lake Junaluska Superannuate 

265 Robinson, H. M Bessemer City Bessemer City 

266 Robinson, O. L Granite Falls, Rfd Hudson 

267 Rogers, T. J Greensboro, R. 2 Superannuate 

268 Rollins, W. A Hickory First Church 

269 Ross, C. R Hiddenite Hiddenite 

270 Routh, O. P East Bend, R. 2 Superannuate 

271 Rowe, G. T Duke Uni., Durham Professor Duke University 

272 Rozzelle, C. E Gastonia Main Street 

273 Rufty. W. E 204 Park Ave., Marion . . Marion Circuit 

274 Russell, C. W Dobson Dobson 

275 Sandford, W. F 8 Chiles Ave., Asheville Superannuate 

276 Scott, W. L Lexington, R. 1 Davidson 

277 Setzer, F. L Gastonia East End 

278 Shankle, Byron Candler Candler 

279 Sharpe, I. L Mount Airy Mt. Airy Circuit 

280 Shaver, I. L Oita City, Japan Missionary to Japan 

281 Sherrill, W. L 122 S. Tryon St., Charlotte Superannuate 

282 Shinn, F. H Gastonia Trinity 

283 Shinn, W. B Trinity Trinity 

284 Shore, P. L. Bessemer Sta., G'boro Mount Pleasant 

285 Shore, P. L., Jr Stoneville Stoneville-Mayodan 

286 Short, CM Charlotte, R. 2 Superannuate 

287 Shumaker, R. B Davidson Davidson-Fairview 

288 Simpson, O. L 810 Broadway, 

Nashville, Tenn Asso. Church School Editor 

289 Sisk, B. A Gilkey Gilkey 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

290 Smathers, F. C Rutherfordton Rutherfordton 

291 Smathers, M. T 20 Watauga St., .Asheville Presiding- Elder 

292 Smith, CM Bald Creek Bald Creek 

293 Smith, L. L Hickory Superannuate 

294 Smith, P. L Advance Advance 

295 Smith, R. A Greensboro Professor Greensboro College 

296 Smith, T. G High Point Highlands 

297 Smith, W. M Winston- Salem Burkhead 

298 Smith, W. S Lincolnton Lincolnton Circuit 

299 Snow, E. E Pleasant Garden Pleasant Garden 

300 Snow, J. N Hot Springs Hot Springs 

301 Spinks, J. I Connelly Springs Superannuate 

302 Sprinkle, H. C Cornelius Mount Zion 

303 Sprinkle, H. C, Jr. . . . Black Mountain Black Mountain 

304 Stafford, G. R Stanley, Rfd Lowesville 

305 Starling, R. J Sturgills Helton-Lansing 

306 Stamper, G. A Greensboro West Greensboro 

307 Stanbury, W. A 12 Ravenscroft Drive, 

Asheville Central 

308 Stanford, A. L Lincolnton Lincolnton 

309 Stewart, S. A Genzon, Korea Missionary to Japan 

310 Stimson, H. E Cliffside Cliffside-Avondale 

311 Stokes, J. C Oak Ridge Oak Ridge 

312 Stokes, J. L., II Randleman Randleman 

313 Stokes, M. B Seoul, Korea Missionary to Korea 

314 Stokes, M. B., Jr Boston U., Boston, Mass. Student 

315 Stover, J. T Rutherford College Superannuate 

316 Stough, F. J Spindale Spindale 

317 Strader, L. F Sparta Sparta 

318 Surratt, A. R 215 W. 9th St., Charlotte Superannuate 

319 Swaim, J. C Franklin Macon Circuit 

320 Swaringen, R. A Fairview Superannuate 

321 Swofford, A. C Leaksville Leaksville 

322 Swofford, T. H Shelby, R. 5 Polkville 

323 Tabor, J. B., Jr Statesville Statesville Circuit 

324 Tate, C. F Connelly Springs Connelly Springs 

325 Tavlor, P. R Trinity Randolph 

326 Taylor, R. A Hanes Hanes 

327 Taylor, R. H Biltmore Oakley 

328 Teague, J. L Franklin, R. 2 Superannuate 

329 Templeton, R. B Beaverdam Rd., Asheville Asbury Memorial 

330 Tippett, A. C 25 Balm Grove Ave., 

Asheville West Asheville 

331 Thompson, J. E Shelby Superannuate 

332 Thompson, L. D E. Boulevard, Charlotte . . Dilworth 

333 Thompson, W. B Cabarrus Bethel-Boger 

334 Townsend, P. W Boone Boone 

335 Trimble, H. B Emory U., Atlanta, Ga. . . Lean Emory University 

336 Truesdale, R. S Winston-Salem Green Street 

337 Tucker, P. W Elkin Elkin 

338 Turrentine, S. B 219 N. Spring St., G'boro Superannuate 

339 Tuttle, L. F Concord Forest Hill 

340 Tuttle, M. Q Brevard St., Charlotte . . . Brevard Street 

341 Tuttle, R. G Forest City Pleasant Grove 

342 Umberger, J. C Mount Ulla Superannuate 

343 Varner, J. M Troutman Troutman 

344 Varner, R. M East Flat Rock Flat Rock 

345 Vestal, J. W Farmington Farmington 

346 Vick, G. W Statesville Race Street 

347 Wagg, T. E Connelly Springs, R. 4 . . Superannuate 

348 Waggoner, A. O, 915 S. Church St., Salisbury Coburn Memorial 

349 Wall, Reid Granite Falls Granite Falls 

350 Ward, R. E Old Fort Old Fort Circuit 

351 Warren, J. R Wadesboro, R. 3 New Hope-Bethel 

352 Washam, C. C Pilot Mountain Pilot Mountain 

353 Waters, D. P Mooresville Superannuate 

354 Weaver, C. C Charlotte First Church 

355 Weldon, W. O China Grove China Grove 

356 Wellman. H. M Hickory Highlands-Rhodhiss 

357 West, J. H Brevard Superannuate 

358 West, W. B Church St., Salisbury .... First Church 

359 Whidden, E. K Dellwood Superannuate 

360 Whisner, A. H Hotel Venice, Venice, Fla. Superannuate 

361 White, G. E Gastonia Smyre 

362 Widenhouse, E. C. ... Old Fort Old Fort 

363 Wilkinson, G. L Albemarle Albemarle Circuit 

364 Wilkinson, J. G Biltmore Biltmore 

365 Williams, C. E Winston-Salem, R. 1 Doubs 

366 Williams, G. W Lexington Erlanger 



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Name Post Office Appointment 

367 Williams, H. S Franklin Franklin Circuit 

368 Williams, N. C High Point Main Street 

369 Wilson, B Lincolnton Superannuate 

370 Wilson, W. A 2205 Englewood Ave., 

Durham Superannuate 

371 Winkler, J. G Maiden Maiden 

372 Wise, J. N Gastonia Maylo 

373 Wolfe, T. R Salisbury Park Avenue 

374 Womble, C. F Leaksville Mills, Charlotte Homestead 

375 Yates, E. EL Stony Point Superannuate 

376 York, B. A 220 S. E. 3rd Ave., Fort 

Lauderdale, Fla Superannuate 

377 Young, R. L Norwood Norwood 

378 Yountz, J. E Charlotte, R. 9 Trinity 



Preachers on Trial 



Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Avett, C. W Landis Landis 

2 Brandon, J. M., Jr Fairview Fairview 

3 Brewer, E. D. C Brevard Professor Brevard College 

4 Cox, A. J Richfield Pfeiff er 

5 Fowler, J. W., Jr Ruffln Ruffin 

6 Hager, W. W Lansing Helton-Lansing 

7 Hardin, E. W Winston-Salem Asst. Pastor Centenary 

8 Hardin, H. G., Jr Mount Airy Rockford Street 

9 Holmes, J. J Kannapolis Jackson Park 

10 Lowman, E. H Granite Falls, Rfd Grace Chapel 

11 McGalliard, J. L Jonas Ridge Avery 

12 Mullis, D. B Jonesville Jonesville 

13 Reese, M. C Leicester Leicester 

14 Rink, J. E High Point Asst. Pastor Wesley Memorial 

15 Shives, M. B Creston Creston 

16 Sides, W. C, Jr Faust Laurel 

17 Snider, P. F Asheboro Asheboro Circuit 

18 Stokes, CD YaleU., New Haven, Conn. Student 



Methodist Episcopal Ministers Serving Charges 



Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Benton, C. C Spruce Pine Spruce Pine 

2 Chappell, M. L. (Supply) ...Trade, Tenn Green Valley 

3 Dennis, A. B 200 Montford Ave., Ashe. . Asheville Circuit 

4 Mills, E. W Monroe Monroe Circuit 

5 Newell, CO Dellwood Dellwood 

6 Nimon, R. C Ansonville Ansonville 



Supplies 



Name Post Office Appointment 

1 Fisher, C L Whittier Whittier 

2 Gwyn, G. B The Hollow, Va Ararat 

3 Hovis, G. A Webster Webster 

4 Lovett, G. L Clyde, R. 1 Fines Creek 

5 Miller, G. S Mooresville Jones Memorial 

6 Nifong, Byron Lexington Reeds 

7 Plyler, T. A., Jr Nathan's Creek Laurel Springs 

8 Pyatt, J. D Waynesville, R. 2 Jonathan 

9 White, CD High Point Oak Summit 

10 Williams, T. G Sandy Ridge Sandy Ridge 

11 Wootton, J. S., Jr Warrensville Warrensville 



16 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



Lay Delegates 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 

L. J. Brookshire Asheville 

G. C. Brown Weaverville 

Zeb F. Curtis Asheville 

H. A. Dunham Asheville 

J. B. Edwards Weaverville 

George E. Evans Asheville 

Ottis Green Asheville 

Mrs. S. E. Greenwood Horse Shoe 

Miss Amy Hackney Asheville 

Mrs. E. M. Hoyle Marshall 

Mrs. E. G. Miller Bakersville 

C. E. Morgan Asheville 

Fred Proffitt Burnsville 

Arthur Smathers Rid, Canton 

Guv Weaver Asheville 

T. C. Smith, Alternate 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

J. J. Akers Charlotte 

Mrs. L. G. Atkinson Wadesboro 

J. A . Bell Charlotte 

D. L. Brown 

George Burns Ansonville 

J. W. Cameron - — — — 

I. F. Clontz Charlotte 

E. A. Cole Charlotte 

M. O. Dulin Charlotte 

Claude Eubanks Monroe 

E. C. Griggs Wadesboro 

Mrs. M. L. Ham Morven 

Mrs. A. C. Hargett Matthews 

John Hill Monroe 

L. E. Huggins Marshville 

J. A. Jones Charlotte 

S. M. Kale Mineral Springs 

Mrs. G. S. McGregor Lilesville 

Graham Mitchum Peachland 

C. P. Pate Charlotte 

O. L. Richardson Monroe 

F. S. Ritch Charlotte 

W. S. Robinson Pineville 

A. A. Short Charlotte 

T. M. Short Weddington 

Thomas Starnes Monroe 

Mrs. C. E. Wakefield Charlotte 

F. A. Wilkinson Charlotte 

W. H. Bobitt, Alternate 

J. B. Ivey, Alternate 

GASTONIA DISTRICT 

Dr. McG. Anders Gastonia 

C. B. Armstrong Denver 

Mrs. Wilbur Baber Shelby 

L. Berge Beam Crouse 

Lawton Blanton Shelby 

Marshall Dilling Gastonia 

S. J. Durham Bessemer City 

W. C. Edwards Rt. 5, Shelby 

Thad Ford Shelby 

Giles Goodson Boger City 

Horace Grigg Shelby 

C. A. Jonas Lincolnton 

J. R. Dee Fallston 

B. S. Neill Kings Mountain 

Joe R. Nixon Dincolnton 

D. S. Rankin Gastonia 

J. H. Separk Gastonia 

Karl E. Sherrill Lowell 

M. L. Sigmon Lowesville 

H. C. Sisk Belmont 

Fred Stowe Dallas 

Geo. G. Hoyle, Alternate 

J. L. Beam, Alternate 



GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

R. T. Amos High Point 

Mrs. C. A. Boren Greensboro 

J. W. Burke Gibsonville 

J. O. Busick, Jr Madison 

P. C. Clapp Summerneld 

Lee Coltrane Greensboro 

I. F. Craven Ramseur 

Mrs. D. L. Donnell Oak Ridge 

C. H. Ellison Greensboro 

Mrs. J. G. Farrell Leaksville 

R. O. Gamble SummerfleH 

J. M. Gibbs , Reidsville 

L. L. Gobbel Greensboro 

E. D. Grubb Greensboro 

W. B. Hall High Point 

Eugene Hester Reidsville 

T. C. Hoyle, Sr Greensboro 

J. M. Hunt Greensboro 

W. B. Hunt Pleasant Garden 

C. E. Kearns Farmer 

Judge H. P. Lane Leaksville 

Miss Mary Lovell Reidsville 

N. F. Marsh Farmer 

D. B. McCrary Asheboro 

W. G. Simpson Greensboro 

B. L. Smith Greensboro 

Mrs. W. C. Tucker Greensboro 

G. P. Upton Randleman 

W. T. Winslow Archdale 

MARION DISTRICT 

D. W. Alexander Valdese 

Mrs. Max Brandon Morganton 

T. R. Burgin East Marion 

C. F. Cline Gilkey 

J. R. Clodfelter Morganton 

W. L. Deal Granite Falls 

Miss Myrtle Doggett Spindale 

Mrs. Gurney Franklin . . Linville Falls 

J. H. Giles Glen Alpine 

R. T. Greer Lenoir 

G. A. Hines Rutherfordton 

C. F. James Marion 

Dewey James Valdese 

Burge Neil Bostic 

Mrs. J. D. Rankin Boone 

Mrs. D. T. Roughton Old Fort 

Golden Thompson .... — 

G. A. Tuttle Lenoir 

G. G. Williams Granite Falls 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

L. H. Bost Albemarle 

J. A. Brown Granite Quarry 

J. D. Carter Spencer 

S. T. Coburn Salisbury 

C. G. Frick Gold Hill 

Mrs. O. C. Godfrey Spencer 

C. J. Goodman Concord 

J. F. Harrelson . . .- Salisbury 

R. L. Hartsell Mt. Pleasant 

Dr. T. A. Hathcock Norwood 

S. G. Hawfield Concord 

B. V. Hedrick Salisbury 

E. M. Holt Cooleemee 

J. W. Ivey New London 

J. F. Johnson Farmington 

J. C. Kesler Salisbury 

Mrs. E. L. Kirk Salisbury 

W. C. Lisk Richfield 

Mrs. Z. V. Moss Albemarle 

A. G. Odell Concord 

H. Q. Sides East Spencer 



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Mrs. K. A. Shinn China Grove 

J. N. Smoot Mocksville 

Mrs. O. Stockton Mocksville 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

R. M. Abernethy Mooresville 

Peter Brame North Wilkesboro 

R. C. Bunch Statesville 

Mrs. T. V. Goode Statesville 

W. D. Halfacre North Wilkesboro 

Miss Gladys Heffner Maiden 

W. L. Heffner Maiden 

Mrs. J. B. Henderson Wilkesboro 

G. F. Ivey Hickory 

W. H. Jones Warrensville 

J. S. Keever Stony Point 

Mrs. G. W. Mann Newton 

W. T. Nicholson Statesville 

T. E. Parker West Jefferson 

L. H. Phillips Newton 

Miss Blanche Pugh .... Laurel Spring's 

J. E. Roe Sturgills 

R. L. Snow Taylorsville 

F. D. Stonestreet Mooresville 

Miss Lillian Sutherland Creston 

Mrs. J. B. Tabor, Jr Statesville 

L. S. Weaver Jonesville 

W. H. Worth Jefferson 

Miss Brook Umberger, Alternate 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

J. M. Boone Andrews 

J. R. Boyd Waynesville 

Mrs. F. E. Branson Canton 

J. Robert Long Bryson City 

Mrs. R. C. Long Lake Junaluska 

Mrs. E. L. McKee Sylvia 

A. L. Penland Hayesville 

H. T. Sloan Franklin 

Mrs. J. J. Snyder Robbinsville 

Prof. C. H. Trowbridge Brevard 

R. D. Coleman, Alternate 
P. C. Scroggs, Alternate 



WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

S. Hugh Atkinson Siloam 

Mrs. Carl Brinkley Lexington 

Paul F. Evans Lexington 

Dr. P. L. Feezor Southmont 

George Finch Thomasville 

E. C. Foy Mount Airy 

Dr. R. A. Frye Pilot Mountain 

Mrs. P. Frank Hanes Walkertown 

G. C. Hauser Mount Airy 

R. O Little Thomasville 

J. W. McCorkle Kernersville 

R B. Miller Winston-Salem 

J. V. Moffitt Lexington 

C. L. Nifong Rt. 5, Winston-Salem 

Miss Sarah Oakley Sandv Ridge 

v ictor Payne Winston-Salem 

C. V. Pegram 

J. R. Pendry Yadkinville 

J. Z. Pfaff Winston-Salem 

R. C Rapp Thomasville 

T. H. Redmon Winston-Salem 

L. A. Reynolds Rt. 1, Clemmons 

Ira G. Shamel Winston-Salem 

Adam Smith Jackson Hill 

Frank A. Stith Winston-Salem 

M. D. Stockton Winston -Salem 

Mrs. M. E. Wolfe Rural Hall 

Mrs. J. L. Woltz Mount Airv 

O. V. Woosley Winston-Salem 

Mrs. C. C Ausband, Alternate 
Miss Blanche Gluck, Alternate 
W. R. Kiger, Alternate 
Mrs. R. L. Reynolds, Alternate 
Mrs. A. L. Smith, Alternate 
Mrs. J. G. Sterling, Alternate 



Note: The names of Alternates are not 
published except those substituted for 
absent Delegates. 



Local Preachers 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 

J. R. Andrews Saluda 

William Andrews Saluda 

W. J. Baker (E) Burnsville 

A. W. Barr (E) . . . Rfd, Hendersonville 

A. J. Bell Swannanoa 

J. C. Burgin Swannanoa 

J. C. Costen Hendersonville 

Dr. L. D. Gillespie (E) Burnsville 

A. F. Gordon Asheville 

C. V. Hall (D) Leicester 

G. M. Schreyer Fletcher 

A. A. Somers Ivey 

D. B. Williams Asheville 

J. E. Whitaker Biltmore 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

Dowd Bangle Charlotte 

H. M. Black Harrisburg 

Ray D. Byrum Charlotte 

Douglas Corriher Charlotte 

J. D. Griffith Monroe 

F. L. Kiker Polkton 

W. J. McLelland (D) Charlotte 

C. G. Mitchum Monroe 

H. C. Penninger Monroe 

J. H. Phillips Charlotte 



£■ A - fWer, Jr Indian Trail 

t k' S- eld Monroe 

J. O. Rogers Charlotte 

t £• „™ lth Charlotte 

J. P. V\, aggoner Charlotte 

GASTONIA DISTRICT 

J. H. Allran Sherrills Ford 

w £' SmV 0311 Gastonia 

S'l™" Gastonia 

o T-T^ tln , Gastonia 

§' K' F Jl llbe ?£ Rt. 1, Dallas 

P. A. Sherrill Stanley 

R. H. Stamey Fallston 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

i V 'rf,- I7 1 i red Greensboro 

R. Mel Brown Durham 

R. L. Clinton High Point 

G. H. Crowell (E) High Point 

?r S- Cunningham (E) .... High Point 

V E Edwards (D) Stokesdale 

Wallace Fridy High Point 

Michael Fryga Spartanburg, S. C. 

t w n° 0d V-^i Stoneville 

&■% Green ( E ) Greensboro 

W. B. Hunt Pleasant Garden 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



Burton Jessup Summerfield 

J. P. Lanning (E) Greensboro 

W. M. Lippard Greensboro 

Lee Roy Spencer High Point 

E. L. Stamev (E) Greensboro 

H. P. Starr (E) Pleasant Garden 

V. E. Watson Spray 

Chas. D. White Durham 

MARION DISTRICT 

E. A. Blanton Cliffslde 

J. E. Bolick Rutherford College 

J. F. Bowers Morganton 

G. M. Carver Forest City 

A. J. Clemmer, Jr Forest City 

G. F. Conley Marion 

B. A. Cooper Bostic 

C. M. Cornwell .... Rutherford College 

J. F. Craig Lenoir 

C. L. Fisher Jonas Ridge 

Sam Gouge Ashford 

W. I. Hickman Hudson 

M. T. Hinshaw .... Rutherford College 

W. K. Houck (E) Morganton 

R. M. McCulley Lenoir 

J. S. Morgan Morganton 

Wilson Nesbitt Granite Falls 

J. D. Pyatt Elk Park 

V. E. Queen Durham 

J. D. Rankin (E) Boone 

Harold Talbert Cliffside 

G. B. Tomlinson Connelly Springs 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

J. I. Avett Norwood 

J. C. Brown (D) Kannapolis 

V. O. Dutton Salisbury 

Austin Hamilton East Spencer 

John Hamilton East Spencer 

Dewey Maness Concord 

G. B. McMillan Salisbury 

W. J. S. Walker (E) Mocksville 

H. H. Winecoff Concord 

A. L. Scott Concord 

J. A. Sharpe (E) Spencer 

R. B. Young Norwood 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

R. L. Billings Sparta 

G. W. Bumgarner . . North Wilkesboro 

C. P. Bunch Statesville 

J. W. Caudill (D) Bina 

G. P. Drum (D) Newton 

Mack Drum Catawba 

W. C. Eastridge Creston 

P. G. Greenhill Mooresville 

Frank Heffner Maiden 



J. P. Hornbuckle, Jr Elkin 

H. M. Keever (E) Stony Point 

R. S. Kyles (E) Troutman 

J. A. Lindsay Durham 

G. S. Miller Statesville 

R. H. Nicholson Statesville 

R. E. L. Plummer (E) Crumpler 

J. J. Powell Hickory 

C. M. Rhinehardt (D) Mooresville 

C. B. Ross Hiddenite 

W. B. Scarboro (D) Laurel Springs 

K. W. Taylor Durham 

J. L. Triplett Jonesville 

R. G. Weaver (E) Sturgills 

R. P. P. Wilkinson Maiden 

J. G. Wootton, Jr Warrensville 

K. W. York (D) Stony Point 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

W. E. Andrews Bryson City 

A. A. Angel (E) Franklin 

G. A. Hovis (D) Webster 

G. L. Lovett (E) Clyde 

J. T. Jennings Franklin 

R. L. Poindexter Franklin 

T. B. Price (D) Lake Junaluska 

T. S. Roten (E) Dellwoo.i 

Joe Shackford Durham 

J. F. Shelton (D) Dellwood 

H. A. Smathers (E) Canton 

Frank Weeks Bryson City 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

F. E. Church Winston-Salem 

W. Y. Davenport (E) . . Pilot Mountain 

J. E. Flynn Tobaccoville 

R. C. Goodchilds . Rt. 1, Winston-Salem 
James Booker Green .... Walnut Cove 

G. B. Gwyn The Hollow, Va. 

A. W. Hire Hartford, Conn. 

Charles J. Huneycutt Southmont 

C. R. Hutchinson Walnut Cove 

Hardin Atkins Johnson .... Mount Airy 

S. B. Nifong Winston-Salem 

J. E. Pegram Walkertown 

S. R. McMurray Durham 

S. S. Marvin Mount Airy 

A. E. Shelton Galax, Va. 

H. P. Simpson Durham 

R. L. Spear Booneville 

W. Y. Stewart Morehead City 

Isaac J. Terrell .... Rt. 1, Sandy Ridge 
C. C. Totherow ( D) . . Winston-Salem 

C. A. Wall Rt. 1, Sandy Ridge 

S. R. Ward Sandy Ridge 

T. G. Williams Sandy Ridge 

G. M. Wilson The Hollow, Va, 

Hoyt H. Wood Denton 



IV 
Minutes 

of the 

Forty-Ninth Session 

of the 

Western North Carolina Annual Conference 

of the 

Methodist Episcopal Church, South 



FIRST DAY— THURSDAY 

Charlotte, N. C, October 20, 1938. 

Conference Convenes: The Conference convened at 9:00 a. m. 
in the First Methodist Church, Charlotte, North Carolina. Bishop 
Clare Purcell, assisted by the presiding elders, administered the 
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, after which he called to order the 
forty-ninth annual session of the Western North Carolina Confer- 
ence of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. 

Roll Call: The acting Secretary of the Conference called the 
roll, and the following ministers answered present : 

J. E. Abernethy, L. B. Abernethy, G. G. Adams, O. P. Ader, L. R. Akers, Jr., 
W. T. Albright, H. G. Allen, J. H. Armbrust, E. M. Avert, A. L. Aycock, J. A. 
Baldwin, E. D. Ballard, J. O. Banks, F. R. Barber, J. M. Barber, W. A. Barber, 
L. P. Barnett, R. J. Barnwell, R. L. Bass, W. F. Beadle, A. R. Bell, W. H. 
Benfield, E. P. Billups, E. H. Blackard, H. E. Bolick, G. T. Bond, H. K. Boyer, 
C. P. Bowles, J. M. Brandon, E. H. Brendall, J. H. Brendall, Jr., G. C. Brink- 
man, C. D. Brown, O. L. Brown, A. Burgess, H. C. Byrum, D. E. Camak, J. H. 
Carper, W. S. Cherry, J. R. Church, C. N. Clark, G. W. Clay, M. B. Clegg, 
G. B. Clemmer, E. O. Cole, L. W. Colson, G. R. Combs, J. W. Combs, H. R. 
Cornelius, J. C. Cornett, R. M. Courtney, J. O. Cox, McRae Crawford, H. L. 
Creech, Jr., B. M. Crosby, T. V. Crouse, V. P. Crowder, O. E. Croy, W. M. 
Curtis, W. B. Davis, P. T. Dixon, J. M. Downum, F. O. Dryman, G. N. Dulin, 
H. F. Duncan, J. R. Duncan, W. C. Dutton, E. B. Edwards, M. W. Edwards, 
J. O. Ervin, M. G. Ervin, G. W. Fink, J. B. Fitzgerald, J. W. Fitzgerald, J. S. 
Folger, R. L. Forbis, E. W. Fox, H. C. Freeman, J. A. Fry, P. N. Garber, 
J. C. Gentry, A. C. Gibbs, R. P. Gibbs, R. C. Goforth, W. O. Goode, W. K. 
Goodson, G. C. Graham, John H. Green, J. M. Green, W. Q. Grigg, J. W. 
Groce, T. A. Groce, W. H. Groce, W. J. Hackney, T. W. Hager, E. J. Harbison, 
Paul Hardin, Jr., R. M. Hardee, W. R. Harris, Van B. Harrison, R. M. Hauss, 
L. B. Hayes, M. W. Heckard, C. G. Hefner, C. C. Herbert, Jr., J. S. Hiatt, 
J. S. Higgins, T. G. Highfill, R. E. Hinshaw, J. E. Hipp, J. P. Hipps, M. T. 
Hipps, G. A. B. Holderby, J. P. Hornbuckle, G. F. Houck, R. T. Hout, F. E. 



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Howard, D. V. Howell, J. A. Howell, J. W. Hoyle, Jr., J. G. Huggin, Jr., 
T. J. Huggins, W. I. Hughes, R. F. Huneycutt, T. B. Huneycutt, W. J. Huney- 
cutt, R. E. Hunt, H. O. Huss, W. L. Hutchins, J. L. Ingram, W. A. Jenkins, 
W. R. Jenkins, H. D. Jessup, T. B. Johnson, O. J. Jones, F. B. Jordan, G. Ray 
Jordan, T. C. Jordan, W. A. Kale, J. C. Keever, W. R. Kelly, A. C. Kennedy, 
C. O. Kennerly, R. H. Kennington, W. A. Kerr, F. W. Kiker, C. H. King, 
C. W. Kirby, E. L. Kirk, R. C. Kirk, C. S. Kirkpatrick, A. A. Kyles, A. G. 
Lackey, W. A. Lambeth, W. L. Lanier, A. L. Latham, R. M. Laughlin, H. L. 
Lefevers, B. W. Lefler, M. E. Leftwich, M. A. Lewis, D. M. Litaker, A. A. 
Lyerly, A. W. Lynch, R. G. McClamrock, W. G. McFarland, C. M. McKinney, 

E. K. McLarty, E. K. McLarty, Jr., J. B. McLarty, J. E. McSwain, W. J. 
Miller, O. B. Mitchell, N. M. Modlin, J. W. Moore, M. F. Moores, J. P. 
Morris, C. A. Morrison, C. H. Moser, C. E. Murray, Ebenezer Myers, Elzie 
Myers, E. H. Nease, S. M. Needham, Fletcher Nelson, C. B. Newton, D. M. 
Ni'fong, D. A. Oakley, N. S. Ogburn, M. A. Osborne, R. L. Ownbey, J. W. 
Parker, P. E. Parker, C. H. Peace, C. M. Pickens, A. W. Plyler, T. A. Plyler, 
H. L. Powell, H. P. Powell, F. H. Price, J. N. Randall, A. S. Raper, W. M. 
Rathburn, A. P. Ratledge, A. L. Rayle, J. L. Rayle, P. R. Rayle, B. C. Reavis, 
J. L. Reynolds, D. H. Rhinehart, I. L. Roberts, H. H. Robbins, W. M. Robbins, 
H. M. Robinson, O. L. Robinson, W. A. Rollins, G. T. Rowe, C. E. Rozzelle, 
C. W. Russell, W. L. Scott, F. L. Setzer, Byron Shankle, W. L. Sherrill, W. B. 
Shinn, P. L. Shore, C. M. Short, R. B. Shumaker, O. L. Simpson, B. A. Sisk, 

F. C. Smathers, M. T. Smathers, C. M. Smith, P. L. Smith, R. A. Smith, T. G. 
Smith, W. M. Smith, W. S. Smith, E. E. Snow, J. N. Snow, H. C. Sprinkle, 
H. C. Sprinkle, Jr., G. R. Stafford, W. A. Stanbury, A. L. Stanford, L. F. Strader, 
S. A. Stewart, H. E. Stimson, J. C. Stokes, J. L. Stokes, II, J. T. Stover, F. J. 
Stough, A. R. Surratt, J. C. Swaim, A. C. Swofford, T. H. Swofford, J. B. 
Tabor, Jr., C. F. Tate, R. A. Taylor, R. H. Taylor, R. B. Templeton, A. C. 
Tippett, L. D. Thompson, W. B. Thompson, P. W. Townsend, H. B. Trimble, 
R. S. Truesdale, P. W. Tucker, S. B. Turrentine, L. F. Tuttle, M. Q. Tuttle, 
J. M. Varner, R. M. Varner, J. W. Vestal, G. W. Vick, Reid Wall, R. E. Ward, 
J. R. Warren, C. C. Washam, C. C. Weaver, W. O. Weldon, H. M. Wellman, 
J. H. West, W. B. West, G. E. White, E. C. Widenhouse, G. L. Wilkinson, J. G. 
Wilkinson, C. E. Williams, G. W. Williams, H. S. Williams, N. C. Williams, 

B. Wilson, J. G. Winkler, J. N. Wise, T. R. Wolfe, C. F. Womble, B. A. York, 
R. L. Young, and J. E. Yountz— (299). 

The following lay delegates were present: 

Zeb F. Curtis, H. A. Dunham, George E. Evans, Ottis Green, Miss Amy 
Hackney, C. E. Morgan, Arthur Smathers, J. J. Akers, George Burns, E. A. 
Cole, Claude Eubanks, Mrs. M. L. Ham, L. E. Huggins, J. A. Jones, S. M. 
Kale, C. P. Pate, F. S. Ritch, W. S. Robinson, A. A. Short, Thomas Starnes, 
Mrs. C. E. Wakefield, F. A. Wilkinson, Dr. McG. Anders, Lawton Blanton, 
Marshall Dilling, Giles Goodson, Horace Grigg, C. A. Jonas, J. R. Lee, B. S. 
Neill, Joe R. Nixon, L. S. Rankin, Karl E. Sherrill, H. C. Sisk, C. Fred Stowe> 
R. T. Amos, Mrs. C. A. Boren, J. W. Burke, J. O. Busick,' Jr., I. F. Craven, 

C. H. Ellison, J. M. Gibbs, L. L. Gobbel, W. B. Hall, W. B. Hunt, Miss Mary 
Lovell, N. F. Marsh, W. G. Simp*on, Mrs. W. C. Tucker, G. P. Upton, W. T. 
Winslow, D. W. Alexander, Mrs. J. Max Brandon, C. F. Cline, Miss Myrtle 
Doggett, Mrs. Guerney Franklin, R. T. Greer, Burge Neil, Mrs. J. D. Rankin, 
Mrs. D. T. Roughton, G. A. Tuttle, R. M. Abernethy, R. C. Bunch, Mrs. 
J. B. Henderson, G. F. Ivey, L. H. Phillips, F. D. Stonestreet, Miss Lillian 
Sutherland, L. H. Bost, J. D. Carter, S. T. Coburn, C. J. Goodman, J. F. 
Harrelson, R. L. Hartsell, Dr. T. A. Hathcock, S. G. Hawfield, B. V. Hedrick, 



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J. F. Johnson, J. C. Kesler, Mrs. E. L. Kirk, Mrs. Z. V. Moss, A. G. Odell, 
H. Q. Sides, Mrs. K. A. Shinn, J. N. Smoot, Mrs. O. Stockton, J. M. Boone, 
J. Robert Long, Mrs. R. C. Long. Prof. C. H. Trowbridge, Mrs. Carl Brinkley, 
Paul F. Evans, E. C. Foy, Dr. R. A. Frye, R. O. Little, R. B. Miller, J. V. 
Moffitt, Victor Payne, T. H. Redmon, L. A. Reynolds, Ira G. Shamel, Adam 
Smith, Frank A. Stith, Mrs. J. L. Woltz, and O. V. Woosley. — (105). 

The following alternate lay delegates were substituted for regu- 
lar lay delegates who were absent : 

T. C. Smith, W. H. Bobbitt, J. B. Ivey, Geo. A. Hoyle, J. L. Beam, Miss 

Brook Umberger, R. D. Coleman, P. C. Scroggs, Mrs. C. C. Ausband, Miss 

Blanche Gluck, W. R. Kiger, Mrs. R. L. Reynolds, Mrs. A. L. Smith, and Mrs. 
J. G. Sterling. — (14). Total laymen present, 119. 

Secretaries: On nomination of ~W. L. Sherrill, E. H. Nease was 
elected Secretary of the Conference ; and C. P. Bowles, J. G. Wil- 
kinson, J. B. McLarty, and J. P. Morris were elected Assistant 
Secretaries. R. G-. Tuttle was elected Statistical Secretary. 

The Hours for Meeting and Adjournment were set at 9 :00 a. m. 
and 12:30 p. m., respectively, for the day sessions; and 7:30 p. m. 
for the meeting of the evening sessions. 

Bishop W. W. Peele was, on nomination of W. L. Sherrill, made 
an honorary member of the Conference, with his name to head the 
alphabetical roll. The Secretary was instructed to send to him and 
to the Virginia Conference the greetings of this Conference. 

Secretary Emeritus: On nomination of C. C. "Weaver, W. L. 
Sherrill, who has served as Conference Secretary for forty-four 
years, was elected Secretary Emeritus for life. 

Quadrennial Boards and Committees: W. A. Lambeth, for the 
Cabinet, read the nominations for Quadrennial Boards and Com- 
mittees and all were elected. These follow : 

Board of Christian Education: (C. P. Bowles, Convener), W. A. Stan- 
bury, R. L. Ownbey, C. E. Rozzelle, J. B. Craven, W. A. Newell, W. O. Goode, 
W. A. Kale, J. G. Huggin, Jr., G. Ray Jordan, H. A. Dunham, Edwin L. Jones, 
Horace Grigg, R. T. Amos, J. D. Rankin, J. H. Knox, W. D. Halfacre, W. E. 
Bird, and O. V. Woosley. 

Board of Christian Literature: (L. D. Thompson, Convener), W. G. 
McFarland, T. H. Swofford, R. C. Goforth, G. A. Stamper, B. A. Sisk, E. M. 
Avett, Reid Wall, J. H. Carper, A. C. Tippett, Guy Weaver, C. W. Hunt, W. H. 
Crenshaw, L. L. Gobbel, Mrs. J. D. Rankin, W. J. Bullock, L. H. Phillips, 
J. Robert Long, Ira G. Shamel. 

Commission on Spiritual Life: (D. E. Camak, Convener), W. H. Groce, 
L. B. Hayes, D. M. Nifong, P. R. Rayle, M. F. Moores, G. B. Clemmer, A. L. 
Aycock, W. A. Barber, W. B. Davis, L. W. Elias, C. P. Pate, Fred C. Stowe, 
J. M. Hunt, Mrs. W. A. Newell, B. C. Brock, R. C. Bunch, R. D. Coleman, 
R. O. Little. 



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Board of Missions: (E. K. McLarty, Convener), F. C. Smathers, C. C. 
Weaver, R. M. Courtney, H. P. Powell, E. P. Billups, W. B. West, A. C. Gibbs, 
A. P. Ratledge, W. J. Miller, Miss Amy Hackney, E. A. Cole, Mrs. George A. 
Hoyle, B. L. Smith, Mrs. Arthur Harrell, A. F. Hartsell, Mason Lillard, Mrs. 
F. E. Branson, and Mrs. P. Frank Hanes. 

Board of Financf. : (Zeb F. Curtis, Convener), H. C. Sprinkle, Jr., E. O. 
Cole, W. B. Shinn, J. H. Armbrust, F. J. Stough, L. F. Tuttle, W. M. Smith, 
J. H. Brendall, Jr.,*H. G. Allen, P. Lane Gaston, P. J. Kiker, Wiley Pickens, 
W. G. Simpson, H. L. Millner, W. C. Houston, L. S. Weaver, J. R. Boyd, and 
George Finch. 

Board of Church Extension: (L. B. Haves, Convener), J. L. Reynolds, 
F. B. Jordan, I. L. Roberts, J. W. Fitzgerald, J. S. Hiatt, E. M. Jones, J. C. 
Cornett, W. S. Smith, W. L. Scott, J. Walter McRary, J. A. Jones, C. W. Gunter, 
Fred N. Tate, J. H. Giles, A. G. Odell, G. F. Ivey, H. T. Sloan, and Paul F. 
Evans. 

Commission on Budget: (G. R. Combs, Convener), H. C. Sprinkle, T. R. 
Wolfe, F. R. Baker, W. H. Bobbitt, C. A. Jonas, C. S. Kirkpatrick, Fletcher 
Nelson, B. V. Hedrick, D. B. McCrary, D. E. Camak, and J. E. Lambeth. 

Bible Board: (J. B. Ivey, Convener), T. G. Smith, L. P. Barnett, P. L. 
Shore, H. E. Stimson, A. L. Stanford, R. L. Young, H. M. Wellman, J. E. 
Abernathy, and John H. Green. 

Committee on Conference Relations: (C. C. Herbert, Jr., Convener), 
R. M. Varner, O. L. Brown, G. E. White, H. R. Cornelius, H. C. Byrum, J. S. 
Gibbs, G. W. Vick, J. H. Brendall, Jr., and W. R. Jenkins. 

Committee on Admissions: M. T. Hipps, Paul Hardin, Jr., P. N. Garber, 
C. P. Bowles, C. M. McKinney, A. A. Kyles, W. A. Jenkins, W. J. Hackney, 
and J. B. McLarty. 

Committees of Examination: Admission on Trial: H. F. Duncan, W. Q. 
Grigg, and T. F. Higgins. First Year: G. C. Graham, E. J. Harbison, and 
W. L. Lanier. Second Year: M. Q. Tuttle, P. W. Townsend, and C. O. Ken- 
nedy. Third Year: C. B. Newton, H. M. Robinson, and W. R. Kelly. Fourth 
Year: A. W. Lynch, R. G. Tuttle, and R. E. Hinshaw. 

Conference Entertainment Committee: J. B. Craven, H. C. Sprinkle, 
C. C. Weaver, J. B. Ivey, and Canie N. Brown. 

Advisory Committee on General Indebtedness: D. B. McCrary, J. S. 
Hiatt, C. C. Weaver, E. A. Palmgren, Gurney H. Kearns, and J. B. Craven. 

Committee on District Conference Records: R. C. Goforth, Wilson O. 
Weldon, T. G. Smith, J. L. Stokes, II, J. B. Tabor, Jr., J. H. Carper, R. J. 
Barnwell, O. L. Brown, and J. F. Harrelson. 

Commission on Evangelism: On nomination of the Board of Mis- 
sions, the following were named as the Commission on Evangelism : 
E. K. McLarty, H. P. Powell, L. B. Abernathy, E. W. Fox, C. E. 
Morgan, W. B. McEwen, and J. II. Grigg. 

Order of the Day: On motion of G. T. Bond, the order of the 
day at 11:00 o'clock was set to receive the class into full connec- 
tion. M. T. Smathers made the motion that following the reception 



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of the class the first ballot for delegates to the Uniting Conference 
be taken; and this was adopted. 

Address by Bishop Purcell: Bishop Purcell delivered a forceful 
address on the work and place of the church, which, on motion of 
H. C. Sprinkle, was ordered printed in the North Carolina Christian 
Advocate. 

Question 22: "Are all the preachers blameless in their life and 
official administration ? ' ' was called ; and the names of the presiding 
elders were called and their characters were passed. 

Committee on Minutes: H. C. Sprinkle, F. 0. Dryman, and J. F. 
Harrelson were named the committee to examine the minutes of 
the Conference sessions. 

Introductions: Dr. Alfred F. Smith, one of the publishing 
agents, was introduced and spoke briefly of the work of the Publish- 
ing House. He presented the Conference Board of Finance a check 
for $4,640.56. Rev. Mr. Pickens and Rev. A. W. Womack, ministers 
of the C. M. E. Church, were introduced. Mr. Womack spoke of the 
work of Bishop Isaac Lane and an offering amounting to $97.15 
was taken for the memorial to Bishop Lane. 

Question 17: "What traveling preachers and what local preach- 
ers have been elected deacons?" was the next consideration; and 
W. F. Beadle, W. F. Eaker, L. S. Furr, P. L. Green, E. M. Hoyle, 
N. A. Huffman, H. E. Jones, A. F. Phibbs, E. C. Price, P. L. Shore, 
Jr., R. J. Starling, M. B. Stokes, Jr., and P. R. Taylor, traveling 
preachers, having passed the Committee on Examinations and being 
recommended by the Committee on Admissions, were elected 
deacons and advanced to the class of the third year. 

Question 6: Thirteen ministers (see preceding paragraph) after 
being examined by Bishop Purcell, were, by vote of the Conference, 
admitted into full connection. 

Tellers: The following were named tellers for the election of 
delegates to the Uniting Conference : Clerical — C. C. Herbert, Jr., 
head teller, F. C. Smathers, F. B. Jordan, H. F. Duncan, Fletcher 
Nelson, L. F. Tuttle, Reid Wall, W. A. Kale, D. V. Howell, M. Q. 
Tuttle, Paul Hardin, Jr., and J. H. Brendall, Jr., and Lay — L. L. 
Gobbel, head teller, 0. V. Woosley, L. S. Rankin, Frank A. Stith, 
C. P. Pate, J. C. Kesler, and Paul F. Evans. The first ballots for 
ten clerical and ten lay delegates to the Uniting Conference were 
taken; and the tellers retired to count the votes. The Conference 



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voted to meet at 2 :30 p. m. to hear the report of the tellers and to 
take the second ballots. 

Leave of absence was granted W. G. McFarland to conduct a 
funeral. 

Question 22 was resumed. The names of the superannuates were 
called, their characters were passed, and their names, together with 
those of J. II. West, R. A. Swaringen, and T. B. Johnson, were 
referred to the Committee on Conference Relations for the super- 
annuate relation. 

Question 14, "What preachers have died this year?" was called, 
and the Secretary responded: "J. J. Edwards, J. M. Folger, B. P. 
Hargett, R. D. SherrilL E. P. Stabler, C. E. Stedman, and J. AV. 
Williams." The following were named as the Committee on Memoirs : 
L. B. Hayes, Chairman ; T. B. Johnson, AV. J. Miller, L. D. Thomp- 
son, D. M. Nifong, AV. A. Barber, and C. S. Kirkpatrick. 

Introductions: The following visitors were introduced: Dr. AV. 
P. King, Dr. AV. P. Few, Dr. J. II. Earnhardt, Reverends AV. II. 
Brown, J. R. Edwards, A. P. Brantley, and C. C. Benton, and Airs. 
Clare Pureed. 

Adjournment: Rev. A. AV. AVomack pronounced the benediction, 
and the session was adjourned. 

AFTERNOON SESSION 

Conference Convenes: At 2:30 p. m. Bishop Pureed called the 
Conference to order, a hymn was sung, and the prayer was led by 
R. L. Ownbey. 

Delegates Elected: The report of the tellers for the first ballot 
for clerical delegates follows : ballots cast, 230 ; defective ballots, 2 ; 
valid ballots, 228 ; necessary to elect, 115. C. C. Weaver, 177 ; P. N. 
Garber, 159; A. AV. Plyler, 150; W. A. Lambeth, 139; and G. T. 
Rowe, 135 votes, having received a majority, were declared elected. 
Others receiving votes were : J. B. Craven, 113 ; AV. A. Stanbury, 
101; G. R. Jordan, 98; M. T. Smathers, 86; C. II. Moser, 85; E. K. 
McLarty, 75; C. S. Kirkpatrick, 79; G. T. Bond, 68; L. B. Hayes, 
62 ; AV. A. Rollins, 57 ; C. N. Clark, 54 ; J. AV. Moore, 41 ; W. A. 
Newell, 35; II. C. Sprinkle, 34; A. C. Gibbs, 33; C. E. Rozzelle, 29; 
R, L. Ownbey, 29; P. AV. Tucker, 28; W. L. Hutchins, 27; John 
Hoyle, 24 ; C. M. Pickens, 24 ; J. S. Hiatt, 24 ; R. M. Courtney, 23 ; 



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E. H. Blackard, 20; W. B. West, 17; E. 0. Cole, 15; L. D. Thomp- 
son, 15 ; A. L. Stanford, 11 ; AY. L. Sherrill, 14 ; H. P. Powell, 14 ; 
W. A. Kale, 13; H. G. Allen, 12; E. H. Nease, 11; C. C. Herbert, 
Jr., 11 ; and scattering votes, 155. 

First ballot for lay delegates : ballots cast, 102 ; defective ballots, 
4; valid ballots, 98; necessary to elect, 50. 0. V. AVoosley, 84; J. B. 
Ivey, 68 ; L. L. Gobbel, 63 ; H. A. Dunham, 63 ; and J. A. Jones, 62, 
having a majorit}", were declared elected. Votes for others follow : 
A. J. Kirby, 44; Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 39; Paul F. Evans, 37; James 
E. Lambeth, 36; W. B. McEwen, 35; W. H. Worth, 35; E. A. Cole, 
26 ; C. A. Jones, 20 ; Horace Grigg, 18 ; J. A. Bell, 16 ; T. C. Hoyle, 
Sr., 15; Fred N. Tate, 15; James A. Gray, 15; J. H. Separk, 14; 
Frank A. Stith, 12; A. G. Odell, 12; J. C. Kesler, 11 ; Zeb F. Curtis, 
11; Mrs. P. N. Peacock, 10; and scattering votes, 222. The second 
ballots for five clerical and for five lay delegates were taken. 

Adjournment: After the benediction by H. C. Sprinkle, the 
Conference adjourned. 

SECOND DAY— FRIDAY 

October 21, 1938. 

Devotions: At 9 :00 o'clock Bishop Purcell called the Conference 
to order. J. P. Hipps led in singing the hymn, "How Firm a Foun- 
dation," after which S. B. Turrentine continued the devotional 
service. He read from Philippians 4, and led the prayer. 

Minutes: The Committee on Minutes reported that the records 
of yesterday's sessions were correct and in good order. 

Question 15: "Who are deacons of one year?" was called. H. L. 
Creech, Jr., W. K. Goodson, H. L. Lefevers, J. C. Stokes, J. L. 
Stokes, II, and H. S. Williams, having passed their examinations, 
their characters were passed and thej 7 were advanced to the class 
of the fourth year. 

Question 19, "AVhat traveling and what local preachers have 
been elected elders?" was called; and F. R. Barber, H. E. Bolick, 
McRae Crawford, R. P. Gibbs, R, M. Hardee, C. G. Hefner, J. S. 
Higgins, F. E. Howard, H. 0. Huss, H. D. Jessup, A. A. Lyerly, 
E. K. McLarty, Jr., D. M. Nifong, A. L. Rayle, H. M. Robinson, 
R. A. Smith, J. C. Swaim, and R. G. Tuttle, traveling preachers, 
having passed the Committee of Examination, their characters were 



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passed and they were elected elders. C. W. Clay remains in the 
class of the third year. G. L. Lovett, a local preacher of the Waynes- 
ville District, being duly recommended, was elected an elder. 

Question 3, "Who remain on trial?" J. M. Brandon, Jr., A. J. 
Cox, W. F. Eaker, H. G. Hardin, D. B. Mullis, M. C. Reese, and 
C. D. Stokes, passed their examinations, their characters were 
passed, and they were advanced to the class of the second year. 

Question 1, "Who are admitted on trial?" was called, and E. W. 
Hardin, E. D. C. Brewer, M. B. Shives, J. W. Fowler, Jr., P. F. 
Snider, E. H. Lowman, J. L. McGalliard, W. C. Sides, Jr., J. E. 
Rink, W. W. Hager, C. W. Avett, and J. J. Holmes, being duly 
recommended by their respective District Conferences, were ad- 
mitted on trial. 

Leave of Absence was granted C. S. Kirkpatrick and P. L. Green 
to conduct funerals. 

Delegates Elected: The report of the second ballot for clerical 
delegates was: votes cast, 198; defective, 5; valid, 193; necessary 
to elect, 97. J. B. Craven, having received 107 votes, was declared 
elected. Other votes were : W. A. Stanbury, 90 ; G. R. Jordan, 87 ; 
M. T. Smathers, 82; C. H. Moser, 67; G. T. Bond, 52; E. K. Mc- 
Larty, 45; C. S. Kirkpatrick, 44; W. A. Rollins, 42; L. B. Hayes, 
40; C. N. Clark, 37; C. M. Pickens, 21; J. W. Moore, 20; A. C. 
Gibbs, 19; R. L. Ownbey, 17; J. S. Hiatt, 16; J. W. Hoyle, 15; 
W. L. Hutchins, 13; II. C. Sprinkle, 13; W. A. Newell, 13; R. M. 
Courtney, 11; W. B. West, 10; L. D. Thompson, 10; and scattering, 
110. The third ballot for four clerical delegates was taken. 

The report of the second ballot for lay delegates was : ballots 
cast, 96 ; defective, 7 ; valid, 89 ; necessary to elect, 45. A. J. Kirby, 
49, and Paul F. Evans, 48 votes, were elected; and James E. Lam- 
beth, 39 ; Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 36 ; W. H. AVorth, 31 ; W. B. McEwen, 
35 ; C. A. Jonas, 25 ; E. A. Cole, 23 ; Zeb F. Curtis, 12 ; Frank A. 
Stith, 10; and scattering, 147. The third ballot for three lay dele- 
gates was taken. 

Brotherhood: II. G. Allen, President of the Conference Brother- 
hood, presented W. B. McEwen, who spoke in the interest of that 
organization. He appealed to laymen and ministers to join the 
Brotherhood. 

Children's Home: C. C. Weaver introduced James A. Gray, 
who spoke on the annuity bond plan for the Children's Home. 



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Board of Christian Education: On nomination of the Board of 
Christian Education, and the approval of the Cabinet, the Confer- 
ence elected C. P. Bowles, G. T. Rowe, C. E. Morgan, and E. R. 
Bucher members of the Board of Christian Education. 

Visitors: Dr. G. L. Morelock, Rev. I. S. McElroy, Dr. R. M. 
Andrews, Dr. A. G. Dixon, Rev. W. J. Plint, Dr. J. M. Ormond, 
and Dr. Harry Denman were introduced to the Conference. 

Question 22, "Are all the preachers blameless in their life and 
official administration?" was called. The names of the preachers of 
the Asheville. Charlotte, Gastonia, Greensboro, Marion, and Salis- 
bury districts were called one by one and their characters were 
passed. The presiding elders of these districts gave brief reports of 
their work. 

Delegates Elected: The tellers reported the third ballot for lay 
delegates : votes cast, 102 ; defective, 1 ; valid, 101 ; necessary to 
elect, 51. James E. Lambeth received 51 votes and was elected. 
Others receiving votes were : Mrs. C. C. Weaver, 48 ; W. H. Worth, 
40; W. B. McEwen, 35; E. A. Cole, 17; Zeb F. Curtis, 13; C. A. 
Jonas, 12; Frank Stith, 12; J. A. Bell, 12; and scattering, 63. The 
fourth ballot for two lay delegates was taken. 

The third clerical ballot was : votes cast, 227 ; defective, 3 ; valid, 
224; necessary to elect, 113. W. A. Stanbury, 129; G. R. Jordan, 
129 ; and M. T. Smathers, 123, were elected. Votes for others follow : 

C. S. Kirkpatrick, 91; C. H. Moser, 69; E. K. McLarty, 67; G. T. 
Bond, 66; W. A. Rollins, 45; L. B. Hayes, 43; C. N. Clark, 37; 
A. C. Gibbs, 18; J. W. Moore, 17; C. M. Pickens, 17; W. A. Newell, 
14; H. C. Sprinkle, 11; AV. L. Ilutchins, 11; P. W. Tucker, 10; and 
scattering, 90. The fourth ballot for one clerical delegate was taken. 

The report of the fourth ballot for lay delegates was : votes cast, 
92; valid, 92; necessary to elect, 47. Mrs. C. C. Weaver, with 50 
votes was elected; and W. II. Worth, 46; W. B. McEwen, 37; E. A. 
Cole, 13; C. A. Jonas, 10; and scattering, 23. The fifth ballot for 
one lay delegate was taken. 

On the fourth clerical ballot there was no one elected, and the 
fifth ballot for one clerical delegate was taken. 

College Place Church: The report of the Inter-Conference Com- 
mission on College Place Church was made by Dr. W. K. Greene. 
The report was adopted. W. A. Lambeth, L. B. Abernathy, and 

D. B. McCrary were named as the special committee for College 
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Delegates Elected: The report of the fifth ballot for clerical 
delegates showed no election, and a sixth ballot was taken. The 
fifth ballot for lay delegates : ballots cast, 103 ; valid, 103 ; necessary 
to elect, 52. W. II. Worth, with 69 votes, was elected. W. B. Mc- 
Ewen, 22, and scattering, 12 votes. The first ballot for four alternate 
lay delegates was taken. 

Memoirs: On motion of C. N. Clark, the name of W. R. Odell 
was referred to the Committee on Memoirs. C. C. Weaver announced 
that the message of the death of Mrs. W. R. Ware had been received, 
and her name was referred to the same committee. 

Mrs. E. D. Mouzon was presented to the Conference. The Sec- 
retary was asked to send greetings to Mrs. J. C. Kilgo. 

Delegates Elected : Sixth clerical ballot : votes cast, 188 ; neces- 
sary to elect, 95. C. S. Kirkpatrick, 117, was elected; and C. H. 
Moser, 47, and scattering, 24 votes. The first ballot for four alternate 
clerical delegates was taken. 

Fraternal Delegates: The report of the Commission on Meth- 
odist Co-operation was read by W. A. Stanbury. The Rev. C. C. 
Benton, M. E. Church, spoke briefly, and Dr. R. M. Andrews, Meth- 
odist Protestant Church, made the fraternal address. Bishop Pur- 
cell responded appropriately. The report was adopted. A resolution 
was passed asking the North Carolina Christian Advocate to print 
the fraternal message. 

Delegates Elected: The report of the first ballot for lay alter- 
nates : votes cast, 92 ; defective, 3 ; valid, 89 ; necessary to elect, 45. 
W. B. McEwen was elected with 60 votes; and James A. Gray, 38; 
E. A. Cole, 31; J. C. Kesler, 30; C. A. Jonas, 27; Zeb F. Curtis, 
23 ; J. A. Bell, 15 ; Frank A. Stith, 15 ; J. II. Separk, 14 ; and scat- 
tering, 105. The second ballot for three alternate lay delegates was 
taken. 

The report of the first ballot for clerical alternates : votes cast, 
148 ; defective, 2 ; valid, 146 ; necessary to elect, 74. C. H. Moser, 
119; E. K. McLarty, 84; and G. T. Bond, 80, were elected. Other 
votes: L. B. Hayes, 54; W. A. Rollins, 52; C. N. Clark, 44; C. M. 
Pickens, 23; A. C. Gibbs, 22; J. W. Moore, 18; W. A. Newell, 16; 
W. L. Hutchins, 14; J. W. Hoyle, 13; H. C. Sprinkle, 13; and 
scattering, 88 votes. The second ballot for one alternate clerical 
delegate was taken. 

Benediction was pronounced by the Rev. C. C. Benton. 



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THIRD DAY— SATURDAY 

October 22, 1938. 

Devotions: At 9:00 a. m. the Conference convened, singing "All 
Hail the Power of Jesus' Name" ; and C. M. Pickens led the service 
of devotions. 

Minutes: J. F. Harrelson reported that the committee found 
the minutes of yesterday's session correct. 

Delegates Elected : The second ballot for alternate lay delegates 
was : ballots cast, 76 ; defective, 1 ; valid, 75 ; necessary to elect, 38. 
James A. Gray, with 43, was elected; and the third ballot for two 
alternates was taken. 

Statistical Tables: On motion of E. 0. Cole, Conference Treas- 
urer, the Conference voted to include each church in the three full 
statistical tables in the Journal of 1939. 

Minute Questions: To Minute Questions 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 
12, 13, 21, and 23, the answer "No one" was given. Answering 
Question 16, "Who else is in the class of the fourth year?" the 
name of C. W. Clay was the answer. (See Condensed Minutes.) 

Conference 1939: Question 47, "Where will the next session of 
the Conference be held ?" was asked ; and on motion of J. B. Craven, 
the Conference voted to meet in West Market Street Church, 
Greensboro. The following resolution was adopted : 

"Since there is every possibility that this Conference may meet next year 
with a greatly increased membership, the Conference Committee on Entertain- 
ment requests this annual Conference to grant the committee authority to make 
whatever financial arrangements may be deemed necessary for its entertainment, 
with the understanding that it may require the working out of a plan based on 
paying the entire expense of entertainment. 

(Signed) J. B. CRAVEN, 
C. C. WEAVER, 
H. C. SPRINKLE, 
J. B. IVEY." 

Reports: The reports of the retiring Board of Christian Educa- 
tion, the new Board of Christian Education, the Bible Board, the 
Commission on General Indebtedness, 1 and 2 of the Board of 
Lay Activities, Treasurer of the Board of Christian Education, 
Budget Commission, Spiritual Life Commission, Board of Church 
Extension, and Trustees of the Superannuate Endowment Fund, 
were presented by C. C. Herbert, Jr., J. G. Huggin, Jr., Ebenezer 
Myers, D. B. McCrary, T. C. Hoyle, Sr., H. A. Dunham, James E. 



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Lambeth, Mrs. W. A. Newell, I. L. Roberts, and J. A. Bell, respec- 
tively, and the reports were adopted by the Conference. (See Ap- 
pendix.) 

Superannuate Fund Resolution: The following resolution was 
offered by J. A. Bell : 

RESOLUTION AMENDING THE ARTICLES RELATING TO THE 
SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT FUND ADOPTED AT THE 
SESSION OF THE 1925 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

That the resolution of the Conference at its session of 1925, creating a 
"special Board of Trustees to handle the Superannuate Endowment Fund" de- 
livered to the Conference at said session, be amended and supplemented by adding 
thereto the following sections: 

Section 8 : That in the investment of said Endowment Fund, the Trustees 
may, in their discretion, if satisfactory real estate loans are not available or 
advisable, invest said funds in whole or part in state or federal bonds or such 
securities as are guaranteed by the Federal Government, and any other securities 
made and declared to be legal investments for trust funds under the laws of the 
State of North Carolina. 

Section 9: That the said Trustees are authorized and empowered to sell 
and convey any real estate acquired by them as a part of said endowment, or 
acquired by foreclosure of the faulted loans on real estate, at such times, at such 
prices, and upon such terms as the said Trustees deem for the best interests of 
said endowment, the proceeds of such real estate to continue as such endowment 
fund; that the deeds for the transfer of such real estate may be executed by the 
Chairman and Secretary, or the Chairman and Treasurer of said Trustees, in 
behalf of said Board of Trustees, and when so executed and acknowledged by 
said officers, shall convey all the rights and titles to said property of the said 
Trustees and of the Western North Carolina Conference, as fully as if such deed 
had been executed by each member of said Board of Trustees in person. 

Section 10: That the Trustees of said Endowment Fund be, and they are 
hereby, authorized to apply for a charter of incorporation of said Endowment 
Fund, if, in their judgment, it will be for the best interest of said Endowment; 
the said Trustees to become the incorporators and such articles of incorporation 
to contain the powers, duties and limitations, set forth in the purposes and 
conditions embodied in the "Report of the Committee" and Resolution of the 
Conference set forth in the minutes of the Conference, of the annual Conference 
of 1925, pages 93 through 96, inclusive. This provision as to the incorporation 
of the Endowinent Fund is not to be construed as mandatory, but permissive only. 

Section 1 1 : That the number of Trustees be increased from five to not 
more than nine, nor less than seven ; the increased names to be reported to the 
next Annual Conference. 

This resolution was adopted by the Conference. 

Governor and Mrs. Clyde R. Hoey were presented to the Con- 
ference. The Governor spoke words of praise of the ministry and 
of the power of righteousness. Mrs. Hoey also brought words of 
greetings. 

Delegates Elected: The third ballot for alternate lay delegates 
showed : ballots cast, 63 ; necessary to elect, 32. E. A. Cole, 56, and 
J. C. Kesler, 52, were elected. There were 18 scattering votes. 



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Woman's Missionary Society: Bishop Purcell presented Mrs. 
C. C. Weaver, who spoke of the work of the Woman's Missionary 
Society. 

Sunday Sessions: On motion of M. T. Smathers, the Memorial 
and Ordination services at 3 :00 and 7 :30 p. m., respectively, Sun- 
day, were made official sessions of the Conference. 

Board of Finance: F. C. Boyles, on motion of A. W. Plyler, was 
substituted on the Board of Finance for W. G. Simpson. 

Question No. 22: "Are all the preachers blameless in their life 
and official administration ? ' ' was resumed ; and the names of the 
preachers in the Statesville, Waynesville, and Winston-Salem dis- 
tricts were called, one by one, and their characters were passed. 
The presiding elders of these districts made their reports. 

Introductions: C. C. Weaver introduced Dr. J. E. Pritchard, 
President of the North Carolina Conference of the Methodist Prot- 
estant Church, and Dr. C. W. Durden, pastor of the St. John's 
Baptist Church of this city. 

Letter of Appreciation: The Secretary of the Conference was 
requested to write a suitable letter of appreciation and sympathy to 
the family of the late W. R. Odell. J. B. Ivey made this motion. 

Adjournment: The Conference was adjourned after benediction 
by S. M. Needham. 

FOURTH DAY— SUNDAY 

October 23, 1938. 

Memorial Service: At 3 :00 p. m., at Dilworth Methodist Church, 
the Conference convened in memorial session, with L. B. Hayes 
presiding. The prayer was led by C. S. Kirkpatrick. Minute Ques- 
tion 14, "What preachers have died this year?" was called, and 
the following answer was given : J. J. Edwards, J. M. Folger, B. F. 
Hargett, R. D. Sherrill, E. P. Stabler, C. E. Stedman, and J. W. 
Williams. Their memoirs were given by T. B. Johnson, W. J. Miller, 
L. B. Hayes, L. D. Thompson, J. 0. Ervin, W. A. Barber, and C. S. 
Kirkpatrick, respectively. L. F. Tuttle read the memoir of W. R. 
Odell. The memorial address was delivered by R. L. Ownbey. The 
address follows : 

One is both honored and humbled in the sacred privilege of speaking to 
one's living brethren in memory of those comrades of the itinerancy who have 



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answered »their final roll call here, and have gone on to enjoy promotion to 
larger fields of service in the everlasting kingdom of our Lord and Saviour, 
Jesus Christ. One is honored because it is a high privilege to be associated in 
any way with the names of men who "have fought a good fight, kept the faith, 
and have finished their course" with honor. One is humbled in the thought that 
these former comrades are now sainted, having gone on beyond and above us, 
actually to taste of joys of which as yet we may only dream. Freed from the 
limitations of the flesh they have come into a more perfect understanding of 
the meaning of eternal redemption in Christ, for now they no longer see 
through a glass darkly, but face to face. 

One cannot muse upon the names of these sainted comrades without the 
feeling that our fellow itinerants are slipping away very rapidly. The Western 
North Carolina Conference was organized in 1890. In the Journal of the forty- 
eighth session held a year ago, the "Roll of Deceased Preachers" carried the 
names of one hundred and ninety-seven members of the Conference who have died 
since its organization. And now seven other names are added, so that in the 
Journal of this year the number on that roll will be two hundred and four. 
Now and then I con over the names in this roll — more frequently now than 
formerly — and always with grateful joy touched with sadness. I knew in the 
flesh one hundred and seventy-six of these men. Many of their names evoke 
unforgettable memories, and with the memories a sense of indebtedness so great 
that I wonder if it can ever be repaid, even in that land where there is no 
calendar, where "time shall be no more." 

What shall we think and say of these sainted preachers? In the light of 
what standards of judgments shall we evaluate them and their ministry? They 
have appeared before the Judge of all the earth, a Judge more just and com- 
passionate than any we know here, and yet we too must judge them — and with 
appreciative hearts — if their ministry is to be further fulfilled in us, their brethren. 

We see them now in the light of a new perspective, and because of it we 
are able to appreciate them more fully, and to evaluate their ministry of faith 
more justly. And looking at them now we realize that we cannot properly 
evaluate them by describing their places and activities as pastors, or by recalling 
their gifts as pulpiteers, and least of all by listing the honors and emoluments 
which were theirs along the way of life. These we like to remember, and yet 
they now seem only incidental, fading into comparative insignificance as we 
look at the moral qualities dominant in their characters, and assess the spiritual 
values to the creation of which their lives were dedicated. Looking at them in 
the perspective of the skies we are able realistically to see of how little relative 
value are all the worldly tokens of honor which we are often tempted to 
consider of first importance. We cannot think that our Master judges them or 
us by the worldly standards that exalt the value of place and position. When 
we recall times in our own lives when we exulted in those honors toward which 
selfish ambitions greedily reach, we are ashamed and repentant. If we asked 
these brethren what earthly compensations they most enjoyed, they might well 
reply: "The honors in coveted positions we now see were of little moment. 
It is important only that in Christ we learn to do justly, to love mercy, and 
to walk humbly with God. Now above all else we are thankful that we tried 
to be faithful, to love our brethren, and to help them build the kingdom of God 
on earth." 

These comrades of the itinerant road not only help us to a clearer under- 
standing of eternal values. They also mightily validate our hope of eternal life. 
We dare not base our hope of a future life on mere "intimations of immortality," 
or put our trust in the "invincible surmise" of the soul. We do not find that 
faith in philosophical or metaphysical speculations, however logical and penetrat- 
ing they may be. Our hope is grounded on the resurrection of Jesus Christ from 



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the dead. With St. Paul we say, "For God who commanded the light to shine 
out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge 
of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ." We cannot doubt the divine 
authority of Him who said, "I am the resurrection and the life." Because he 
lives, we shall live also, and He seems more obviously alive today than ever 
before, for His impact upon the world increases with every passing generation. 
And our godly comrades, with their testimony to the power of an endless life, 
add to our faith and hope, giving new validation to the meaning of the resurrec- 
tion of Jesus. Such men as these departed comrades, who lived humbly, and 
served unselfishly, and died victoriously, challenge us anew to the immortal hope. 

Christians are pilgrims, and we think of our deceased brethren as having 
completed their earthly pilgrimage, and as having perhaps already begun another 
pilgrimage more glorious than any ever dreamed of here. But as pilgrims we 
do not despise the world through which we journey. We do not share the attitude 
of those who have said: "We are not here to make a better world; we are 
passing through this world on our way to eternal glory." For we are passion- 
ately interested in creating a better order of human life in our world. We are 
working, like our deceased comrades, to build a better order than we can ever 
see, and looking for a human life better than can be known on earth. 

For religion at its best hopes for more than can be realized on earth. It is 
the vision of that which cannot be seen, the persevering pursuit of goals that 
can never be reached, a sense of radiance too far away to be humanly realized, 
a certainty of everlasting reality that forever eludes possession. Dr. A. N. White- 
head has a passage in which this aspect of religious faith is strikingly described: 
"Above and beyond all things the religious life is not a search after comfort. 
Religion is the vision of something that stands beyond, and behind, and within 
the passing flux of immediate things; something that is real and yet waiting to 
be realized; something which is a remote possibility and yet the greatest of 
present facts; something that gives meaning to all that passes and yet eludes 
comprehension; something whose possession is the highest good and yet is beyond 
all reach; something which is the ultimate goal and yet the hopeless quest." 

How true is all this of the Christian pilgrim! We look for a better world 
than can be builded here, and we also look for a city whose Maker and Builder 
is God — "a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens." In the mean- 
time we travel the long road in the faith that gives us "the substance of things 
hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." John Masefield has expressed it in 
unforgettable lines: 

Not for us are content, and quiet, and peace of mind, 
For we go seeking a city that we shall never find. 

Only the road and the dawn, the sun, and the wind and the rain; 
And watch-fires under the stars, and sleep, and the road again. 

We travel the dusty road till the light of the day is dim, 
And the sunset shows us spires, away on the world's rim. 

We thrill in the thought that our pilgrim brothers of yesterday have crossed 
over "the world's rim," and out of the long road have come into everlasting 
peace in the city of our God. We salute them today, even as we hope and pray 
they may greet us when at last the light of the day grows dim, and we reach 
the end of the dusty road. We salute them in the immortal words of an ancient 
saint who wrote in apostolic spirit: 

"Ye have come unto Mount Sion, and unto the city of the living God, the 
heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels, to the general 



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assembly and Church of the firstborn, which are written in heaven, and to the 
spirits of just men made perfect." (Hebrews 12:22, 23). 

The Benediction was pronounced by Bishop Pureell. 

Ordination Service: At 7:30 p. m. Bishop Pureell called the 
Conference to order for the ordination service. 

CERTIFICATE OF ORDINATION 

"This certifies that I, Clare Pureell, one of the Bishops of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, after a sermon preached by W. A. Stanbury, an elder 
in the Church of God, in the First Methodist Church, in the city of Charlotte, 
N. C.j on the twenty-third day of October, in the year of our Lord, nineteen 
hundred and thirty-eight, did ordain each of the following traveling preachers 
to the office of deacon in the Church of God, each one having been elected to 
that office by the Western North Carolina Annual Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South: W. F. Beadle, W. F. Eaker, L. S. Furr, P. L. Green, 
E. M. Hoyle, N. A. Huffman, H. E. Jones, A. F. Phibbs, E. C. Price, P. L. 
Shore, Jr., R. J. Starling, M. B. Stokes, Jr., and P. R. Taylor. 

"In this service, W. A. Stanbury, an elder in the Church of God, read the 
Epistle. 

"Immediately after the ordination of deacons, assisted in the laying on of 
hands by J. H. West, E. K. McLarty, T. F. Higgins, and J. C. Cornett, elders 
in the Church of God, I ordained each of the following traveling preachers to 
the office of elder in the Church of God, each one having been elected to that 
office by the same Annual Conference of the same church: F. R. Barber, H. E. 
Bolick,"McRae Crawford, R. P. Gibbs, R. M. Hardee, C. G. Hefner, J. S. 
Higgins, F. E. Howard, H. O. Huss, H. D. Jessup, A. A. Lyerly, E. K. McLarty, 
Jr., D. M. Nifong, A. L. Rayle, H. M. Robinson, R. A. Smith, J. C. Swaim, 
and R. G. Tuttle; and the following named local preacher to the same office 
of an elder in the Church of God, he having been elected thereto by the same 
Annual Conference of the same church : G. L. Lovett. 

"In this service, T. A. Groce, an elder in the Church of God, read the 
Epistle and the Gospel. 

Given under my hand in the city of Charlotte, N. C, this, the twenty-third 
day of October, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and thirty-eight. 

(Signed) "CLARE PURCELL, Bishop in Charge." 

The Conference adjourned with the benediction by Bishop Pur- 
eell. 

FIFTH DAY— MONDAY 

October 24, 1938. 

Devotions: Bishop Pureed called the Conference to order at 
9:00 a. m. and J. P. Hipps led in singing "How Firm a Founda- 
tion." 

A. C. Swofford read a scripture lesson and led the prayer. 

Minutes: F. 0. Dryman, for the Committee on Minutes, reported 
that the minutes for the Saturday and Sunday sessions were cor- 



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rect; and with the consent of the Conference he was instructed to 
examine and pass on the minutes of today's session. 

Greetings: A telegram of greetings from the Pacific Conference 
and a letter from J. T. Mangum were read ; and the Secretary was 
requested to make suitable acknowledgments. 

Gift: The Secretary announced the receipt of a check for 
$800.00 from an unnamed donor to be distributed, $10.00 to each 
of the widows of deceased preachers. The Conference stood in ap- 
preciation of this gift ; and instructed the Secretary to express to 
the donor the thanks of the Conference. 

Superannuation: The names of W. J. Hackney and B. Wilson 
were, on motion of AV. A. Rollins and C. H. Moser, respectively, 
referred to the Committee on Conference Relations for superannua- 
tion. 

Sabbatical Leave: On motion of A. W. Plyler, the Conference 
granted to J. W. Moore a Sabbatical leave for one year. 

Reports: The reports of the Board of Missions No. 2, Children's 
Home, Board of Finance, Conference Relations Committee, Chris- 
tian Literature, and District Conference Records, were made by 
Dr. J. D. Rankin, O. V. Woosley, Dr. W. C. Houston, G. W. Vick, 
R. C. Goforth, and W. O. Weldon, respectively. (See Appendix.) 
W. A. Stanbury asked permission to file later the report of the 
Inter-Conference Commission on College Place Church to be printed 
in the Conference Journal. J. B. Ivey asked the same privilege for 
the Conference Trustees. These requests were granted. 

Resolution: The following resolution was adopted: 

"Resolved, that this Conference heartily endorses the purposes and activities 
of the North Carolina Council of Churches, and again approves and commends 
this enterprise in co-operation among the Christian denominations in this state. 
We suggest to our people the great desirability of supporting this cause financially, 
and to our ministers and laymen the excellent opportunities for worship, instruc- 
tion, and culture offered by the program to be given at Durham next January." 

(Signed) W. A. STANBURY, 
L. B. HAYES, 
P. W. TUCKER, 
C. C. WEAVER. 

Bible: J. B. Ivey spoke on the importance of distributing Bibles 
and portions of the Scriptures among our people. 

Junaluska: W. A. Lambeth reported the conditions and pro- 
gram of our Methodist Assembly at Lake Junaluska; and he was, 



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on motion of W. B. West, given a rising vote of thanks for his 
services in this cause. 

Superannuate Endowment Fund: C. S. Kirkpatrick urged the 
collection of the adjusted quotas to the Superannuate Endowment 
Fund. 

Committee Changes: On nomination of the Cabinet, H. F. Dun- 
can was substituted for C. P. Bowles on the Committee on Admis- 
sions, and J. C. Groce for PI. F. Duncan on the Committee on Ad- 
mission on Trial. 

Minute Questions 25 to 45, inclusively, were answered. (See 
Condensed Minutes. ) 

Resolution: W. 0. Goode presented the following resolution, 
which was signed by himself, C. S. Kirkpatrick, E. E. Snow, and 
H. P. Powell. 

"Whereas, we are nearing the close of this session of our Annual Conference 
held in this great church, in the city of Charlotte; and, whereas, our entertain- 
ment has been most delightful and lavish; therefore, be it resolved, that the 
grateful thanks of the Conference are hereby tendered. First, to the resident 
pastor, presiding elder, and committee on entertainment, to the most excellent 
people who have most loyally entertained us in their homes, and to the local 
newspapers and reporters for their services to the Conference. And, furthermore, 
that we hereby convey to Bishop Purcell our grateful thanks for his great kind- 
ness of manner shown in all the deliberations of this Conference; that our own 
spiritual strength has been greatly increased because of his generous and unfailing 
love to us all; and we wish to assure him a most cordial welcome as President 
of our Conference at any future sessions." 

Presiding: The Bishop called C. M. Pickens to preside. 

Offering: An offering amounting to $194.15 was taken for W. J. 
Hackney; and another offering of $25.12 was taken for the janitor 
of the church. 

Bishop Purcell resumed the chair. The Bishop expressed his 
appreciation for the fine spirit and co-operation of all the members 
of the Conference. 

Changes in Boundaries were announced as follows : 

CHANGES IN DISTRICT AND CHARGE BOUNDARIES 

Asheville District: From Flat Rock Charge take Balfour; from Fletcher- 
Mills River Charge take Fletcher; join them with Skyland, making a charge to 
be called Fletcher. 

Gaston ia District: Take McAdenville and Ebenezer churches, formerly the 
McAdenville Charge, and place on Lowell Charge. Take South Point Church 
from Lowell Charge and place with Cramerton. 

Greensboro District: Take St. Andrews Church from Mount Pleasant 
Station and add to Bethel Charge. 



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Marion District: Take Jonas Ridge and Linville Falls from the Avery 
Charge, Concord and Catawba Chapel from the Marion Circuit, and form a new 
charge to be called Linville Falls Circuit. 

Take Carson's Chapel from Cross Mill and place on Old Fort Circuit. 

Take Warlick's Chapel from Rutherford College and place it with Valdese. 

Change name of Dudley Shoals-Hudson Circuit to Hudson Circuit. 

Change name of Henrietta-Caroleen to Henrietta. 

Take Minneapolis from Elk Park Circuit and place on Avery Charge. 

Salisbury District: Take Bethel from the Pfeiffer Circuit and place with 
Tabernacle. 

Take Wesley Chapel from the Gold Hill Charge and place on the Pfeiffer 
Circuit, also add Misenheimer and Matton's Grove, M. E. Churches, to Pfeiffer 
Circuit. 

Take Shiloh from Westford and Bethpage from the Landis Circuit and 
place with Mt. Mitchell M. E. Church and create the Kannapolis Circuit. 

Put North Main Street and Rowan together and create the Main Street- 
Rowan Charge. 

Put Bethlehem M. E. Church on the Gold Hill Charge. 

Take Hardison from Mocksville and place on the Davie Circuit. 

By agreement with the Bishop of the M. E. Church, assume supervision of 
Midway Station. 

Statesville District: From Creston Charge take Creston, Sutherland, Big 
Laurel, Peak Grove, and Riverview churches, and combine with Fig, Pleasant 
Hill, Big Laurel, Little Laurel, and Roaring Fork, Methodist Episcopal churches, 
to form a charge called Creston. 

From Creston Charge take Mountain View, and Thomas Chapel churches 
and combine with Green Valley, Martin's Chapel, Rock Creek, Laurel Springs, 
Sniders Chapel, and Roundabout, Methodist Episcopal churches, to form a charge 
called Green Valley. 

To the Warrensville Charge add Copeland, and Rich Hill Methodist 
Episcopal churches. 

Take Lansing, Greens Chapel, Griers Chapel, Fairview, Walnut Grove, and 
Bethel, Methodist Episcopal churches, and combine with Helton to form a 
double charge called Helton-Lansing. 

Place Elkin Circuit with Jonesville Charge and thus discontinue Elkin 
Circuit. 

Waynesville District: Take Speedwell from Cullowhee and place on the 
Webster Charge. 

Winston-Salem District: From Ogburn Memorial Charge, take Oak Sum- 
mit and make a station, to be called Oak Summit. Ogburn Memorial and Shiloh 
will thus form a two-point charge. 

Appointments: Minute Question 48, "Where are the preachers 
stationed this year?" was called, and Bishop Purcell read the list 
for 1938-1939. (See Appointments.) 

At 11 :30 a. m, after singing the Doxology, the Bishop pronounc- 
ed the benediction and the Conference adjourned sine die. 

(Signed) CLARE PURCELL, President, 
EDGAR H. NEASE, Secretary. 



V 

Condensed Minutes 



I. PROBATIONERS 

1. Who are admitted, on trial? Clegg Wallace Avett, Earl Davis Clarence 
Brewer, James Wiley Fowler, Jr., William Webb Hager, Elliott Wannamaker 
Hardin, John Julian Holmes, Everett Herman Lowman, James Lafayette Mc- 
Galliard, James Edward Rink, Marshall Bell Shives, William Cecil Sides, Jr., 
Pearlie Franklin Snider. — (l2). 

2. Who else is in the class of the first year? No one. 

3. Who remain on trial? J. Max Brandon, Jr., Abram Jones Cox, Henry 
Grady Hardin, Dwight Bruton Mullis, Malcolm Cephas Reese, Charles Davis 
Stokes. — (6). 

4. Who else is in the class of the second year? No one. 

5. Who are discontinued? No one. 

II. CONFERENCE MEMBERSHIP 

6. Who are admitted into full connection? Winans Fletcher Beadle, William 
Franklin Eaker, Lester Seymour Furr, Philip Lambeth Green, Enoch Marvin 
Hoyle, Norman A. Huffman, Hurlan Eura Jones, Andrew Franklin Phibbs, Edgar 
Conrad Price, Philip Linus Shore, Jr., Richard James Starling, Marion Boyd 
Stokes, Jr., Paul Richard Taylor. — (13). 

7. Who else is in the class of the third year? No one. 

8. Who are readmitted? No one. 

9. Who are received by transfer from other Conferences? James W. Blitch 
(D) in class of fourth year from Florida Conference. 

10. Who are received from other churches as traveling preachers? No one. 

1 1. Who are located this year? No one. 

12. Who have withdrawn or been expelled? Withdrawn — No one. Expelled 
— No one. 

13. Who are transferred to other conferences? No one. 

14. What preachers have died during the year? J. J. Edwards, J. M. Folger, 
B. F. Hargett, R. D. Sherrill, E. P. Stabler, C. E. Stedman, J. W. Williams. 
-(7). 

III. ORDERS 

15. Who are the deacons of one year? Harlan Longstreet Creech, Jr., Walter 
Kenneth Goodson, Horatio Lester Lefevers, James Carlisle Stokes, John Lemacks 
Stokes, II, Harry Sanford Williams. — (6). 

16. Who else is in the class of the fourth year? Charles Wesley Clay. — (l). 

17. W/iat traveling preachers and what local preachers have been elected 
deacons? Traveling preachers — Winans Fletcher Beadle, William Franklin Eaker, 



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Lester Seymour Furr, Philip Lambeth Green, Enoch Marvin Hoyle, Norman A. 
Huffman, Hurlan Eura Jones, Andrew Franklin Phibbs, Edgar Conrad Price, 
Philip Linus Shore, Jr., Richard James Starling, Marion Boyd Stokes, Jr., Paul 
Richard Taylor. — (13). 

Local preachers — No one. 

IS. What traveling -preachers and ivhat local freachers have been ordained 
deacons? Traveling preachers — Winans Fletcher Beadle, William Franklin Eaker, 
Lester Seymour Furr, Philip Lambeth Green, Enoch Marvin Hoyle, Norman A. 
Huffman, Hurlan Eura Jones, Andrew Franklin Phibbs, Edgar Conrad Price, 
Philip Linus Shore, Jr., Richard James Starling, Marion Boyd Stokes, Jr., Paul 
Richard Taylor. — (13). 

Local preachers — No one. 

19. What traveling freachers and ivhat local preachers have been elected 
elders? Traveling preachers — Frederick Ray Barber, Horace Edward Bolick, 
McRae Crawford, Rollin Parker Gibbs, Robert Marion Hardee, Cecil Gaston 
Hefner, James Silvester Higgins, Fletcher Earl Howard, Hoskie Otho Huss, Hugh 
Dean Jessup, Arnold Alexander Lyerly, Emmett Kennedy McLarty, Jr., Dwight 
Moody Nifong, Alfred Layton Rayle, Harold Manson Robinson, Robert Alexander 
Smith, John Curtis Swaim, Robert Gregory Tuttle. — (18). 

Local preachers — Gaither Lee Lovett. — (l). 

20. What traveling preachers and what local preachers have been ordained 
elders? Traveling preachers — Frederick Ray Barber, Horace Edward Bolick, 
McRae Crawford, Rollin Parker Gibbs, Robert Marion Hardee, Cecil Gaston 
Hefner, James Silvester Higgins, Fletcher Earl Howard, Hoskie Otho Huss, Hugh 
Dean Jessup, Arnold Alexander Lyerly, Emmett Kennedy McLarty, Jr., Dwight 
Moody Nifong, Alfred Layton Rayle, Harold Manson Robinson, Robert Alexander 
Smith, John Curtis Swaim, Robert Gregory Tuttle. — (18). 

Local preachers — Gaither Lee Lovett. — (l). 

2 1 . Who have been recommended by a District Conference for recognition of 
their orders as local deacons or local elders? No one. 

IV. CONFERENCE RELATIONS 

22. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and official administration? 
Their names were called one by one and their characters were passed. 

2 3. Who are supernumerary? No one. 

24. Who are superannuated? J. A. Baldwin, D. C. Ballard, H. K. Boyer, 
A. R. Bell, J. H. Bradley, J. H. Brendall, G. C. Brinkman, P. H. Brittain, D. F. 
Carver, W. S. Cherry, M. B. Clegg, E. N. Crowder, J. M. Downum, R. P. Fikes, 
C. P. Goode, J. J. Gray, T. A. Groce, W. J. Hackney, G. D. Herman, G. A. B. 
Holderby, J. G. W. Holloway, Parker Holmes, T. J. Houck, R. S. Howie, W. I. 
Hughes, T. B. Johnson, T. C. Jordan, Brooks Jerome, J. C. Keever, J. W. 
Kennedy, D. A. Lewis, D. M. Litaker, J. W. Long, J. T. Mangum, T. F. Marr, 
C. L. McCain, R. L. Melton, N. M. Modlin, Ebenezer Myers, J. B. Needham, 
Z. Paris, P. E. Parker, J. A. Peeler, T. A. Plyler, A. S. Raper, J. T. Ratledge, 
W. M. Robbins, O. P. Routh, T. J. Rogers, W. F. Sandford, W. L. Sherrill, 
C. M. Short, L. L. Smith, J. I. Spinks, J. T. Stover, A. R. Surratt, R. A. Swar- 
ingen, J. L. Teague, J. E. Thompson, S. B. Turrentine, J. C. Umberger, T. E. 



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Wagg, D. P. Waters, J. H. West, E. K. Whidden, A. H. Whisner, B. Wilson, 
W. A. Wilson, E. E. Yates, B. A. York.— (70). 

V. STATISTICS 

25. What is the number of districts, of fastoral charges, and of societies in 
this Conference? Districts, 9; pastoral charges, 307; societies, 87 8. 

26. What is the number of members, how many have been received this year 
on -profession of faith, how many have been licensed to -preach, and what is the 
member of local preachers? Members, 161,884; received on profession of faith, 
6,927; licensed, 14; local preachers, 132. 

27. How many infants and how many others have been baptized during the 
year? Infants, 1,169; others, 4,581. 

2 8. How many churches have organized local Church Boards of Christian 
Education? 437. 

29. What is the number of church schools, officers and teachers? Church 
schools, 823; officers and teachers, 10,427. 

3 0. What is t/ie number of church school scholars enrolled? In the Children's 
Division, 40,821; in the Young People's Division, 39,093; in the Adult Division, 
48,069; total enrollment, including officers and teachers, 13 8,410. 

3 1 . How many churches have week-day meetings with the children, and how 
many have vacation schools? Churches having week-day meetings with children, 
68; churches having vacation schools, 280. 

32. What is the number of Woman's Missionary Societies, and what is the 
number of members of the same? Societies, 503; members, 20,009. 

3 3. What is the number of Wesley Brotherhoods, and of Wesley Brotherhood 
members? Brotherhoods, 10; members, 352. 

34. What is the number of -members enrolled in the Fellowship of Steward- 
ship? 547. 

35. What are the educational statistics? Institutions, 3; teachers, 456; students, 
6,939; value of property, $28,298,719.97; endowment, $35,291,575.59; indebt- 
edness, $1,700.00. 

3 6. What are the orphanage statistics? Orphanages, 1 ; officers and teachers, 
47; children in orphanages, 415; money expended, $124,000.00; value of prop- 
erty, $1,534,096.00; indebtedness, nothing. 

37. What are the hospital statistics? Hospitals, 1; officers and nurses, 27; 
beds, 70; patients, 1,325; money expended, $60,322.91; value of property, 
$200,000.00; endowment, none; indebtedness, none. 

VI. FINANCES 

3 8. What has been contributed for the following causes? American Bible 
Society, $919.96; Assemblies, $599.97; Christian Education, $13,279.44; Church 
Extension, $5,759.76; Federal Council, $279.99; Board of Finance, $3,599.85; 
General Administrative Fund, $9,199.61; Lay Activities, $1,799.93; Missions, 
$35,998.49; Negro Work, $2,959.88; Theological Schools, $5,599.76; by the 



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Woman's Missionary- Society for local work, $91,193.00, sent to Conference 
Treasurer, $51,231; from the Golden Cross Enrollment, $5,953.00. 

39. What has been contributed for the support of the ministry? Presiding 
elders, $43,059.00; preachers in charge, $506,762.00; Conference claimants, 
$21,303.61; Superannuate Endowment Fund, $92.00. 

40. What is the grand total contributed for all purposes from all sources in 
this Conference this year? $1,824,467.00. 

VII. CHURCH PROPERTY 

41. What is the number of houses of worship, their 'value, and the amount of 
indebtedness thereon? Houses of worship, 871; value, $12,745,959.00; indebted- 
ness, $1,262,191.00. 

42. What is the number of parsonages, their value, and the amount of in- 
debtedness thereon? District parsonages, 10; value, $116,500.00; indebtedness, 
$15,100.00. Parsonages belonging- to pastoral charges, 282; value, $1,517,628.00; 
indebtedness, $115,276.00. 

43. What amount of insurance is carried on church property, and what amount 
has been paid out in premiums? Insurance carried, $5,508,168.00; premiums paid, 
$19,965.00. 

44. How many churches and parsonages have been damaged or destroyed 
during the year, what is the amount of damage, and what has been collected 
thereon? Churches damaged, 6; parsonages damaged, 3; amount of damage, 
$7,613.00; collected, $4,965.00. 

45. What is the number of superannuate homes, and what is their value? 
Homes, 1; value, $1,500.00. 

VIII. MISCELLANEOUS 

46. Who is elected Conference Lay Leader? A. J. Kirby, Gastonia, N. C. 

47. Where shall the next session of the Conference be held? West Market 
Street Church, Greensboro, N. C. ■ ' 

48. Where are the preachers stationed this year? See Appointments. 



VI 

Appointments for 1939 



Names of undergraduates in Italics. 
Numerals indicate number of years on the charge. 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder M. T. Smathers 2 

Acton J. L. Reynolds 3 

Asheville — Asbury Memorial R. B. Templeton 1 

Biltmore J. G. Wilkinson 1 

Central W. A. Stanbury 2 

Haywood Street W. G. McFarland 2 

Hillside Street F. O. Dryman 2 

Oakley R. H. Taylor 1 

West Asheville , .A. C. Tippett 1 

Asheville Circuit A. B. Dennis (M. E.) 2 

Bald Creek CM. Smith 3 

Black Mountain H. C. Sprinkle, Jr 3 

Burnsville E. J. Harbison 2 

Candler Byron Shankle 2 

Fairview J. Max Brandon, Jr 1 

Flat Rock R. M. Varner 3 

Fletcher H. E. Bolick 1 

Hendersonville D. E. Camak 1 

Hot Springs J. N. Snow 2 

Laurel W.C. Sides 1 

Leicester M. C. Reese 2 

Marshall E. M. Hoyle, Jr 3 

Micaville A. B. Bruton 1 

Mills River H. E. Jones 1 

Saluda-Tryon Geo. F. Hood 1 

Sandy P. L. Green 3 

Spruce Pine C. C. Benton (M. E.) 1 

Swannanoa W. H. Benfield 2 

Weaverville W. H. Groce 1 

Weaverville Circuit J. R. Duncan 2 

Dean, Candler School of 

Theology, Emory University H. B. Trimble 

Associate Church School Editor O. L. Simpson 

Missionary to Korea M. B. Stokes 

Chaplain Oteen Hospital L. W. Colson 

District Missionary Secretary W. G. McFarland 

Superannuates: M. B. Clegg, T. A. Groce, G. D. Herman, G. A. B. Holderby, 
T. C. Jordan, W. F. Sandford, R. A. Swaringen. 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder G. T. Bond 2 

Ansonville R. C. Nimon (M. E.) 1 

Bethtl-Boger W. B. Thompson 4 



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Charlotte — Belmont Park J. P. Hipps 2 

Big- Spring E. K. McLarty, Jr 4 

Brevard Street M. Q. Tuttle 2 

Calvary T. F. Higgins 4 

Chadwick R. L. Forbis 1 

Dilworth L. D. Thompson 2 

Duncan Memorial J. S. Folger 3 

First Church C. C. Weaver 3 

First Church, Assistant Pastor L. S. Furr 1 

Hawthorne Lane E. H. Nease 1 

Homestead C. F. Womble 1 

Myers Park R. L. Ownbey 6 

Spencer Memorial F. W. Kiker 4 

Wesley Heights F. B. Jordan 4 

Derita-Oakhurst E. O. Cole 2 

Hickory Grove J. M. Barber 2 

Lilesville H. R. Cornelius 1 

Marshville J. E. McSwain 2 

Matthews G. G. Adams 3 

Monroe — Central G. R. Combs 1 

North Monroe C. R. Allison 1 

Monroe Circuit E. W. Mills (M. E.) 1 

Mount Zion H. C. Sprinkle 2 

Morven P. T. Dixon 1 

New Hope-Bethel J. R. Warren 3 

Peachland J. E. Hipp 1 

Pineville L. P. Barnett 2 

Polkton L. R. Akers, Jr 3 

Prospect J. O. Ervin 1 

Thrift C. D. Brown 4 

Trinity J. E. Yountz 4 

Wadesboro Paul Hardin, Jr 4 

Waxhaw N. A . Huffman 1 

Weddington T. J. Huggins 4 

Missionary to Japan S. A. Stewart 

Missionary to Japan N. S. Ogburn 

Executive Secretary, 

Superannuate Homes E. O. Cole 

District Missionary Secretary E. K. McLarty, Jr. 

Superannuates: J. A. Baldwin, H. K. Boyer, R. P. Fikes, W. J. Hackney, D. M. 
Litaker, C. L. McCain, T. A. Plyler, W. L. Sherrill, C. M. Short, A. R. Surratt. 

GASTONIA DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder C. H. Moser 4 

Belmont — Main Street C. P. Bowles 4 

Park Street E. H. Brendall 2 

Belwood R. C. Goforth 2: 

Bessemer City H. M. Robinson 1 

Boger City W. A. Barber 1 

Cherryville D. M. Nifong 3 

Cherryville Circuit T. G. Highfill I 

Cramerton O. L. Brown \ 

Crouse W. F. Eaker 2 

Dallas R. J. Barnwell , 1 



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Gastonia — Bradley Memorial H. F. Duncan 4 

East End F. L. Setzer 5 

Main Street C. E. Rozzelle 4 

Maylo J. N. Wise 1 

Smyre G. E. White 2 

Trinity F. H. Shinn 2 

West End J. C. Groce 2 

Kings Mountain E. W. Fox 4 

Lincolnton A. L. Stanford 4 

Lincoln Circuit W. S. Smith 1 

Lowell C. O. Kennerly 4 

Lowesville G. R. Stafford 1 

Mount Holly J. B. McLarty 1 

Polkville T. H. Swofford 1 

Rock Springs M. A. Osborne 4 

Shelby — Central R. M. Courtney 4 

Lafayette Street F. H. Price 6 

Shelby Circuit J. L. Rayle 1 

South Fork C. A. Morrison 2 

Stanley M. E. Lef tvvich 3 

Missionary to Japan I. L. Shaver 

District Missionary Secretary H. F. Duncan 

Superannuates: D. F. Carver, N. M. Modlin, O. P. Routh, J. E. Thompson, 
B. Wilson, B. A. York. 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder L. B. Hayes 1 

Asheboro — First Church H. P. Powell 4 

Asheboro Circuit P. F. Snider 2 

Coleridge O. P. Ader 3 

Draper P. R. Rayle 2 

Farmer F. E. Howard 1 

Gibsonville To be supplied 

Greensboro — Bessemer O. J. Jones 2 

Bethel B. W. Lefler 1 

Carraway Memorial J. W. Fitzgerald 3 

Centenary C. S. Kirkpatrick 3 

College Place B. C. Reavis 5 

College Place, Assistant Pastor To be supplied 

Glenwood R. M. Hardee 2 

Lee's Chapel-Grace A. L. Latham 2 

Proximity S. M. Needham 3 

West Market J. B. Craven 2 

West Market, Assistant Pastor . .W. K. Goodson 1 

West Greensboro G. A. Stamper 2 

High Point — Calvary D. V. Howell 3 

Highlands T. G. Smith 1 

Main Street N. C. Williams 2 

Ward Street-Archdale R. C. Kirk 2 

Wesley Memorial E. H. Blackard 3 

Wesley Memorial, Assistant Pastor /. E. Rink 1 

Jamestown-Oakdale G. W. Fink 2 

Leaksville A. C. Swofford 2 

Liberty J. E. B. Houser 1 



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Madison R. M. Laughlin 3 

Mount Pleasant P. L. Shore 1 

Oak Ridge J. C. Stokes 1 

Oak View J. W. Groce 2 

Pleasant Garden E. E. Snow 2 

Ramseur-Franklinville R. M. Hauss 3 

Randleman /. L. Stokes, II 3 

Randolph P. R. Taylor 1 

Reidsville — Main Street J. H. Armbrust 2 

Reidsville Circuit T. V. Crouse 9 

Ruffin J. W. Fowler, Jr 1 

Spray R. T. Houts 2 

Stokesdale W. T. Albright 1 

Stoneville-Mayodan P. L. Shore, Jr 2 

Summerfield R. P. Gibbs 3 

Trinity W. B. Shinn 1 

Treasurer Greensboro College W. M. Curtis 

Professor Duke University P. N. Garber 

Professor Duke University G. T. Rowe 

Editor N. C. Christian Advocate A. W. Plyler 

Professor Greensboro College R. A. Smith 

Student Duke University J. S. Higgins 

Student Boston University M. B. Stokes, Jr. 

Student Yale University C. D. Stokes 

Conference Director 

Superannuate Endowment C. S. Kirkpatrick 

District Missionary Secretary J. L. Stokes, II 

On Sabbatical Leave J. W. Moore 

Superannuates: A. R. Bell, J. H. Brendall, C. P. Goode, J. W. Kennedy, J. W. 
Long, J. T. Ratledge, T. J. Rogers, S. B. Turrentine, W. A. Wilson. 

MARION DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder J. C. Cornett , 1 

Avery J. L. McGalliard 1 

Boone P. W. Townsend 3 

Bostic CM. McKinney 3 

Broad River J. B. Fitzgerald 1 

Cliffside-Avondale H. E. Stimson 6 

Connelly Springs C. F. Tate 2 

Elk Park J. W. Bennett 1 

Forest City Fletcher Nelson 2 

Gilkey B. A. Sisk 2 

Glen Alpine M. F. Moores 4 

Grace Chapel E. H. Loivman 1 

Granite Falls Reid Wall 1 

Henrietta Elzie Myers 3 

Hudson O. L. Robinson 3 

Lenoir — First Church J. S. Hiatt 4 

Lenoir Circuit J. W. Combs 2 

Linville Falls McRae Crawford 1 

Marion — First Church W. A. Jenkins 1 

Cross Mills M. A. Lewis 1 

Marion Mills A. Burgess 2 

Marion Circuit W. E. Rufty 1 



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McDowell H. C. Freeman 1 

Mill Spring M. W. Edwards 1 

Morganton — First Church W. A. Newell 2 

North Forest H. C. Byrum 1 

Morganton Circuit J. M. Brandon 4 

Old Fort E. C. Widenhouse 1 

Old Fort Circuit R. E. Ward 1 

Pleasant Grove R. G. Tuttle 4 

Rutherford College J- P. Morris 3 

Rutherfordton F. C. Smathers 1 

Spindale F. J. Stough 4 

Sunshine H. D. Jessup 2 

Table Rock V. P. Crowder 1 

Valdese J. E. Abernethy 1 

Watauga J. W. Parker 4 

Whitnell D. A. Oakley 2 

District Missionary Secretary F. C. Smathers 

^Superannuates: E. N. Crowder, J. M. Downum, J. G. W. Holloway, Parker 
Holmes, W. I. Hughes, D. A. Lewis, E. Myers, J. I. Spinks, J. T. Stover, T. E. 
Wagg. 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder C. N. Clark 3 

Advance P. L. Smith 1 

Albemarle — Central G. B. Clemmer 4 

First Street J. S. Gibbs 4 

Tabernacle E. D. Ballard 2 

Albemarle Circuit G. L. Wilkinson 2 

Badin-New London W. L. Lanier 2 

China Grove W. O. Weldon 1 

Concord — Central E. K. McLarty 2 

Epworth R. L. Bass 2 

Forest Hill L. F. Tuttle 2 

Harmony E. B. Edwards 1 

Kerr Street C. E. Murray 3 

Rocky Ridge F. R. Barber 2 

Westford T. W. Hager 2 

Cooleemee A. A. Kyles 2 

Davie M. G. Ervin 5 

East Spencer- Yadkin E. W. Needham 3 

Farmington J. W. Vestal 1 

Gold Hill H. L. Creech, Jr 3 

Granite Quarry T. B. Huneycutt 4 

Kannapolis — Jackson Park J . J. Holmes 1 

Midway W. C. Dutton 1 

Trinity E. M. Jones , 2 

Kannapolis Circuit A. A. Lyerly 1 

Landis C. W. Avett 1 

Mocksville E. M. Avett 2 

Mt. Olivet J. N. Randall 2 

Mt. Pleasant G. W. Clay 3 

Norwood Station R. L. Young 2 

Norwood Circuit R. H. Kennington 3 

Pfeiffer A. J. Cox 2 

Salem M. W. Heckard 2 



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Salisbury — Coburn Memorial A. C. Wag-goner 2 

First Church W. B. West 2 

Park Avenue T. R. Wolfe 1 

Main Street-Rowan To be supplied 

Spencer — Central W. O. Goode 2 

Woodleaf O. E. Croy 2 

Conference Board of Christian Ed. : 

Executive-Extension Secretary C. H. King 

Director Young People's Work . . . . M. T. Hipps 

District Missionary Secretary E. M. Jones 

Superannuates: Brooks Jerome, R. L. Melton, A. H. Whisner. 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder John Hoyle, Jr 4 

Balls Creek H. H. Robbins 1 

Bethel-Fairgrove J. P. Hornbuckle 1 

Catawba W. Q. Grigg 1 

Cool Springs J. O. Banks 1 

Creston M. B. Skives 1 

Davidson-Fairview R. B. Shumaker 4 

Elkin P. W. Tucker 1 

Elmwood G. F. Houck 1 

Green Valley M. L. Chappell — (Supply M. E.) 1 

Helton-Lansing R. J. Starling 1 

W. W. Hager 1 

Hickory — First Church W. A. Rollins 1 

Highland-Rhodhiss H. M. Wellman 3 

Westview H. L. Powell 3 

Hiddenite C. R. Ross 2 

Jefferson J. A. Howell 1 

Jonesville D. B. Mullis 1 

Laurel Springs T. A. Plyler, Jr. — Supply 1 

Maiden J. G. Winkler 2 

Mooresville — Broad Street V. R. Masters 1 

Central W. A. Kale 5 

Jones Memorial G. S. Miller — Supply 1 

Mooresville Circuit B. M. Crosby 1 

Moravian Falls J. M. Green 1 

Newton W. B. Davis 1 

North Wilkesboro A. L. Aycock 2 

Olin D. H. Rhinehart 3 

Shepherds A. G. Lackey 2 

South Iredell J. O. Cox 2 

Sparta L. F. Strader 1 

Statesville — Broad Street A. C. Gibbs 3 

Race Street G. W. Vick 2 

Statesville Circuit J. B. Tabor, Jr 3 

Stony Point . . .' C. H. Peace 3 

Taylorsville W. A. Kerr 1 

Todd H. O. Huss 2 

Troutman J. M. Varner 2 

Warrensville J. G. Wootton, Jr. — Supply 2 

West Jefferson W. J. Huneycutt 3 

Wilkesboro A. W. Lynch 4 



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Conference Missionary Secretary 

and Director of Golden Cross . . . .L. B. Abernethy 

Student Duke University J. C. Reichard 

District Missionary Secretary J. G. Winkler 

Superannuates: D. C. Ballard, J. H. Bradley, P. H. Brittain, W. S. Charry, 
T. J. Houck, J. C. Keever, J. A. Peeler, L. L. Smith, J. C. Umberger, D. P. 
Waters, E. E. Yates. 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder W. L. Hutchins 1 

Andrews G. N. Dulin 1 

Bethel J.W. Blitch 1 

Brevard E. P. Billups 1 

Brevard Circuit To be supplied 

Bryson City A. L. Rayle 2 

Canton W. R. Kelly 1 

Clyde E. C. Price 3 

Crabtree A. F. Phibbs 3 

Cullowhee C. G. Hefner 4 

Dellwood CO. Newell (M. E.) 1 

Fines Creek G. L. Lovett — Supply 1 

Franklin I. L. Roberts 1 

Franklin Circuit H. S. Williams 2 

Hayesville J. C. Gentry 1 

Highlands W. F. Beadle 4 

Jonathan J. D. Pyatt — Supply 1 

Junaluska J. H. Carper 4 

Macon J. C. Swaim 2 

Murphy Van B. Harrison 1 

Murphy Circuit J. A. Fry 1 

Robbinsville H. L. Lefe-vers 1 

Sylva A. P. Ratledge 2 

Waynesville J. G. Huggin, Jr. 2 

Webster G. A. Hovis — Supply 3 

Whittier C. L. Fisher — Supply 1 

Missionary to Brazil C. W. Clay 

Professor Brevard College E. D. C. Brewoer 

District Missionary Secretary W. R. Kelly 

Superannuates: G. C. Brinkman, J. J. Grav, T. F. Marr, J. B. Needham, Z. 
Paris, W. M. Robbins, J. L. Teague, J. H. West, E. K. Whidden. 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

Presiding Elder W. A. Lambeth 3 

Ararat G. B. Gwyn — Supply 7 

Danbury T. H. Houck • 3 

Davidson W. L. Scott 3 

Denton A. C. Kennedy 1 

Dobson C. W. Russell 4 

Doubs C. E. Williams 4 

Forsyth C. W. Kirby 3 

Hanes R. A. Taylor 2 

Kernersville E. L. Kirk 1 

Lewisville G. C. Graham 2 

Lexington — Erlanger G. W. Williams 3 



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First Church H. G. Allen 2 

Linwood R. F. Huneycutt 4 

Mt. Airy — Central W. J. Miller 2 

Rockford Street H. G. Hardin, Jr 2 

Mt. Airy Circuit I. L. Sharpe 2 

Pilot Mountain C. C. Washam 4 

Reeds Byron Nifong — Supply 3 

Rural Hall W. R. Harris 3 

Sandy Ridge T. G. Williams — Supply 2 

Thomasville — Main Street C. M. Pickens 3 

Trinity-Bethel W. M. Rathburn 1 

Thomasville Circuit W. R. Jenkins 4 

Walkertown C. C. Herbert, Jr 2 

Walnut Cove R. E. Hunt 1 

Welcome J. L. Ingram 3 

Winston-Salem — Ardmore J. H. Brendall, Jr 1 

Burkhead W. M. Smith 1 

Centenary G. Ray Jordan 6 

Centenary, Assistant Pastor E. W. Hardin 1 

Central Terrace C. B. Newton 3 

Grace O. B. Mitchell 4 

Green Street R. S. Truesdale 1 

Hiatt Memorial R. G. McClamrock 3 

Oak Summit C. D. White — Supply 1 

Ogburn Memorial R. E. Hinshaw 1 

Yadkinville J. H. Green 2 

General, Evangelist J. R. Church 

District Missionary Secretary C. C. Herbert, Jr. 

Superannuates: R. S. Howie, T. B. Johnson, J. T. Mangum, P. E. Parker, 
A. S. Raper. 



VII 
Appendix 



REPORT OF THE RETIRING BOARD OF CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION 

Your Board of Christian Education gave its fullest co-operation to the 
Aldersgate Commemoration. This afforded an unusual opportunity to emphasize 
the importance of the Church School as an evangelistic agency. The members 
of the staff worked faithfully in helping realize the spiritual objectives of the 
commemoration. 

There is convincing evidence that the cause of Christian Education has made 
progress in many phases of its work in this Conference in the quadrennium now 
ending. A total of 13,247 training credits were issued in the four years. The 
number of persons in the Conference now accredited for teaching in training 
schools is 118, an increase of 73 in the quadrennium. The number of churches 
holding Vacation Church Schools has shown a steady growth from 60 in 1935 
to 232 in 1938, and the number of pupils enrolled in these Vacation Schools 
grew from 4,911 in 1935 to 13,65 1 in 1938. Contributions to the Home and 
Foreign Missionary Enterprise have also shown a steady expansion. The attend- 
ance at young people's assemblies and camps has been larger with each succeeding 
year. 

The educational institutions of the Conference have shown a gratifying and 
wholesome enlargement during the four years. There has been a constant aug- 
mentation in the number of teachers, the number of students, the property value, 
and the endowment funds. Each of the institutions has endeavored to strengthen 
the effectiveness and improve the quality of its work, with marked success. 

I. LOCAL CHURCH 

Deserving special notice are the young people's assemblies of our Conference 
held at Lake Junaluska during the past summer, and the intermediate camps at 
Camp Dellwood. Five hundred young people attended the assemblies, and 1 1 
intermediates the camps. 

Dr. J. Q. Schisler reports that up to now an increase of some fifty thousand 
in the membership of the Church Schools throughout our church has been re- 
ported, and that report of a much larger increase is anticipated when all the 
Conferences have met. Your Board has joined readily in the plans to increase 
our Church School enrollment and expects to have a substantial increase reported 
for this Conference year. 

We note with gratitude a steady increase in the Home and Foreign Mis- 
sionary Enterprise offerings indicative of a growing interest in our schools in 
the cause of missions. The offering this year is the largest for the quadrennium 
and for a number of years past. 

Your Board knows it speaks for the membership of the entire Conference 
when it expresses its appreciation of the conscientious, untiring and effective 
labors of Rev. J. G. Wilkinson, who, after four years, now closes his term as 
Extension Secretary of the Board. His services in this important work will be 
long remembered. Our most cordial good wishes go with him as again he takes 
up his duties as pastor. 

II. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 
A. Your Board recommends: 
1. That the action of this Conference in regard to Davenport College 



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taken at its last annual meeting in Asheville, North Carolina, be rescinded, except 
as hereinafter provided. 

2. That the Trustees of Davenport College relinquish the trust vested in 
them by the will of the late J. B. Cornelius, bearing date of January 18, 1900, 
recorded in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of Mecklenburg County, 
North Carolina, in will book , page . 

3. That a corporation, to be known as the J. B. Cornelius Foundation, Inc., 
be incorporated under the laws of the State of North Carolina, with full powers 
to hold and administer trust funds; and that the Court having jurisdiction of 
the Cornelius Trust be requested to appoint said corporation as Trustee of said 
trust fund to hold and administer the same in accordance with the terms and 
conditions of said will; that said corporation be requested, so far as is compatible 
with its duties under the trust to educate the young women and girls referred 
to in said will, in our Church Schools. That F. C. Sherrill, Chairman; A. G. 
Foard, F. B. Bunch, Dr. J. B. Craven, and Rev. Loy D. Thompson compose 
the corporation; that their successors be nominated by the members of the 
corporation, and confirmed by the Western North Carolina Conference; and that 
said corporation make an annual report to the Western North Carolina Confer- 
ence. 

4. That Davenport College be merged with Greensboro College under 
such name as may be agreeable to the Trustees of Greensboro and Davenport 
College, and the Trustees of Greensboro College and Davenport College be 
directed to take the necessary legal steps to effect the merger of said colleges as 
above set out. 

5. That nothing herein contained shall affect the validity of any sale, trans- 
fer, conveyance, or other disposition of the property, or assets of Davenport 
College, made by the Board of Trustees of said college, or the Board of Trust 
pursuant to the authorization of the last Annual Conference; but all such sales, 
transfers, conveyances, or other disposition of such property, be expressly ratified 
and confirmed. 

B. Your Board had before it the following resolution from the Trustees 
of Brevard College. We recommend its adoption. 

"RESOLVED, That Brevard College, Inc., be and is hereby authorized to 
convey to Lyday Memorial Hospital Association, Inc., its successors and assigns, 
in fee simple, as a gift or for such considerations as the Board of Trustees of 
Brevard College, Inc., in their discretion, shall fix and determine, the part of 
its property in the Town of Brevard, Transylvania County, North Carolina, 
which is described particularly as follows: 

Description 

"All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land, situate, lying and being in the 
Town of Brevard, Transylvania County, North Carolina, and more particularly 
described as follows: 

"BEGINNING at a fence post at the point of intersection of the South 
margin of Broad Street (U. S. Highway No. 64), with the East margin of a 
private road leading from said Broad Street into the property of Brevard 
College, Inc., and runs thence with the East margin of said private road, South 
8 degrees, 30 minutes, East 400 feet to a stake in said margin; thence North 
74 degrees, East 300 feet to a stake; thence North 8 degrees, 30 minutes, West 
430 feet to a stake in the South margin of Broad Street (U. S. Highway No. 
64); thence with said margin South 61 degrees, 30 minutes, West 72 feet to a 
stake; thence still with said margin South 68 degrees, 3 minutes, West 135 



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feet to a stake in said margin ; thence still with the said margin South 74 degrees, 
West 98 feet to the BEGINNING, containing 2.798 acres. 

"And being a portion of that certain tract described as 'Fourteenth parcel' 
in that certain deed from E. D. Mouzon, et al., to Brevard College, Inc., dated 
January 2 3, 19 34, and recorded in Book 66, Page 220, Records of Deeds for 
Transylvania County. 

"RESOLVED, FURTHER, That the Executive Committee shall have and is 
hereby granted full power to authorize the execution and delivery of a deed by 
Brevard College, Inc., to Lyday Memorial Hospital Association, Inc., its suc- 
cessors and assigns, in fee simple, for the real estate described in the preceding 
resolution, and shall have and is hereby granted full power in its discretion 
to determine whether such deed shall be made as a gift and if not as a gift the 
considerations to be required therefor, and that these powers shall vest in the 
Executive Committee immediately upon the adoption by the Annual Conference 
of the recommended resolution set forth in the preceding resolution. 

C. (l) Brevard College: 

Brevard College continues its record of sound educational service. Its con- 
tributions to the program of training young people for service in the local church 
is to be commended. If given adequate support from the friends of Christian 
education, the services of the institution should be greatly increased. 

(2) Duke University: 

Duke University had the largest number of students in its history during the 
last scholastic year, and has substantially increased its endowment fund. The 
Centennial celebration, which is expected to come to its culmination next April, 
is successfully accomplishing results of expansion? in the direction of an enlarged 
library building, increased dormitory space, and scholarship funds. 

(3) Greensboro College: 

Reports show that Greensboro College enters its second century with the 
largest number of students and on the firmest educational foundation in its 
history. We heartily commend the encouraging effort now being put forth in 
connection with the Centennial celebration to increase the endowment and enlarge 
the facilities of the institution. A much needed addition to the plant will be the 
Aurelia Bowman Gray Student Hospital, given by Mr. James A. Gray in honor 
of his mother. 

EDUCATION STATISTICS 

Duke University — No. teachers last session, 3 89; enrollment last session, 
3,493; enrollment Summer School session, 2,638; value of property, $27,445,- 
077.00; endowment, $34,795,099.00; value loan fund, $1,834,379.00; value 
scholarship fund, $282,021.00; miscellaneous special fund, $266,514.00. 

Greensboro College — No. teachers last session, 41; enrolled last session, 372; 
value of property, $584,362.00; endowment, $435,632.00; .indebtedness, $1,700. 

Brevard College — No. teachers last session, 26; enrollment last session, 436; 
value of property, $269,280.97; endowment, $60,844.59. 

(Signed) O. V. WOOSLEY, Chairman, 

C. C. HERBERT, JR., Secretary. 



Western North Carolina Conference 53 

REPORT OF THE NEW BOARD OF CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION 

As we look toward the new Conference year we respectfully suggest the 
following: 

1. That the promotion of missionary education be continued throughout the 
Church Schools by the presentation of appropriate missionary programs on the 
fourth Sunday and that an offering for the Home and Foreign Missionary 
Enterprise be regularly made. 

2. That a larger number and more effective Vacation Church Schools be 
undertaken. 

3. That the emphasis on membership increase in the Church School be con- 
stantly made, and accurate records of enrollment and attendance be kept. 

4. That the training program be supported in every possible way, and that 
the importance of training workers be unremittingly stressed. 

5. That the Youth Crusade be wholeheartedly promoted throughout our 
Conference. 

6. That two summer assemblies be held the ensuing year as in the year 
just closed, and that the Christian Adventure Camp program be continued and 
enlarged. 

7. That Young People's Day be observed in all our churches on the third 
Sunday in February next, or on some suitable date near thereto, and that an 
offering be taken to help carry on the young people's program in our church. 

8. That our churches be cultivated for a wider observance of Church School 
Day with a program and an offering. 

9. That every effort be made for the successful merging of the educational 
work of our church with the program of united Methodism. 

10. That in those churches where the use of the Methodist Hymnal is not 
found practicable, the Cokesbury Worship Hymnal, recently published, be recom- 
mended. 

11. That the use of our own church school literature be urged in every 
Church School without exception. 

We recommend the election of the following staff: 

Rev. Carl H. King, Executive-Extension Secretary $3,400.00 

Rev. M. T. Hipps, Director of Young People's Work 2,500.00 

Miss Elizabeth Oliver, Director of Children's Work 1,800.00 

C. W. Phillips, Director of Adult Work No salary 

Mrs. John F. Kirk, Office Secretary and Associate Extension Secretary 1,3 80.00 

We recommend further the election of the following District officers: 

Asheville District — Children, Miss Sarah Kille. 

Charlotte District — Children, Miss Kate Crowell, Mrs. H. B. Simpson; 
Young People, Mrs. John W. Austin, Jr.; Adult, Rev. M. Q. Turtle. 

Gastonia District — Children, Mrs. F. H. Cunningham; Young People, Frank 
Tucker; Adult, Rev. J. C. Groce. 

Greensboro District — Children, Mrs. O. D. Nelson; Young People, Wayne 
Kernodle; Adult, Rev. J. W. Fowler. 

Marion District — Young People, Mrs. Connie Cope; Adult, D. W. Alexander. 

Salisbury District — Children, Mrs. W. P. Moore; Young People, Worth 
Sweet. 



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Statesville District — Children, Mrs. Weaver Mann; Young People, Miss Mary- 
Drum; Adult, Rev. G. R. Stafford. 

W aynesville District — Young People, Rev. J. H. Carper. 

Winston-Salem District — Children, Miss Margaret Gray, Miss Dora Zimmer- 
man; Young People, Miss Blanche Gluck; Adult, Dr. A. E. Brannock. 

We recommend that 30% of the funds appropriated be allocated to the Local 
Church Section and 70% to the Schools and Colleges Section, the latter being 
itemized as follows: 

Pastors' School $ 400.00 

Duke University, Ivey Chair 3,000.00 

Duke University, religious training 3,000.00 

Greensboro College 6,000.00 

Brevard College 6,000.00 

E. M. Cole, trust fund 500.00 

Sustentation Fund 1,000.00 

We recommend the confirmation of the following Trustees: 

1. Greensboro College: James E. Lambeth, Miss Nannie Lee Smith, and 
W. Y. Preyer. 

2. Rutherford College: A. J. Kirby, H. L. Millner, O. V. Woosley, G. B. 
Goodman, and B. S. Womble. 

We recommend W. A. Kale as a member of the Board of Managers of the 
Pastors' School. 

We recommend the following appointments: O. L. Simpson, Associate Editor, 
Church School Publications, General Board of Christian Education; H. B. 
Trimble, Professor Emory University; G. T. Rowe, P. N. Garber, Professors 
Duke University; W. M. Curtis, Treasurer Greensboro College; R. A. Smith, 
Professor Greensboro College; C. H. King, Executive-Extension Secretary, Board 
of Christian Education; M. T. Hipps, Director Young People's Work, Board of 
Christian Education; E. D. C. Brewer, Professor Brevard College; J. S. Higgins, 
Student Duke University; M. B. Stokes, Jr., Student Boston University; C. D. 
Stokes, Student Yale University; J. C. Reichard, Student Duke University. 

Your Board requests that the income from the Higgins Fund, formerly direct- 
ed to Weaver College and Rutherford College, be transferred to Brevard College. 

(Signed) W. A. STANBURY, Chairman, 
J. G. HUGGIN, JR., Secretary. 

CONDENSED TREASURER'S REPORT, BOARD OF CHRISTIAN 
EDUCATION— OCTOBER 15, 193 8 

Receipts 

Balance in Bank October 20, 1937 $ 976.00 

E. O. Cole, Treasurer 29,009.93 

W. E. Hogan 5,596.3 1 

Interest on Certificates of Deposit 48.60 

U. S. Bond sold and interest 1,033.31 

Profit and Interest on U. S. Bonds sold 95.39 

Miscellaneous 75.72 

Offerings for Home and Foreign Work 12,43 8.17 

Offerings for Church School Day 1,799.3 6 

$51,072.79 



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Disb ursements 

Salaries and Traveling Expense: 

Salary Travel 

Carl H. King $3,200.00 $482.03 

J. G. Wilkinson 2,100.00 530.55 

Elizabeth Oliver 1,800.00 368.40 

Agnes E. Kirk 1,200.00 00.00 



$8,300.00 $1,380.98 $ 9,680.98 

Office Expense 1,65 8.74 

Honoraria 1,890.00 

Extension and Conference Schools 1,661.86 

Assemblies 763.38 

Council and Library Expense 283.17 

Bad Checks and Miscellaneous 90.04 

Interest on Rutherford College Bonds (G. F. Ivey) . . . 1,140.00 

Pastors' School 400.00 

Greensboro College 5,726.30 

Brevard College 5,726.3 1 

Chair of Religious Training, Duke University 3,000.00 

Ivey Bible Chair, Duke University 3,000.00 

Sustentation Fund, W. R. Odell, Treasurer 1,000.00 

E. M. Cole Endowment Fund 500.00 

W. E. Hogan, Treasurer 12,138.55 

Certificates of Deposit 2,123.39 

Balance in First National Bank 290.07 



$51,072.79 



H. A. DUNHAM, Treasurer. 
Investments of the E. M. Cole Endowment Fund: 

Baby Bonds — Face value, $675.00. Cost $ 506.25 

Asheville Morris Plan Bank, Savings Department . . 1,557.98 



$ 2,064.23 

SUSTENTATION FUND REPORT, OCTOBER 15, 193 8 

Received from W. R. Odell, Treasurer $2,126.61 

Loans made to 4 students 250.00 



Balance in Bank $ 1,876.6 1 

H. A. DUNHAM, Treasurer. 



REPORT OF BOARD OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE 

Your Board rejoices at the continued progress of those who are responsible 
for the preparation and distribution of Christian literature. The press wields a 
mighty influence in the shaping and molding of human life and when the press 
is Christian, the opportunities for good are practically unlimited. But even the 
best and most inspiring books and periodicals accomplish little unless our people 
■can be persuaded to read them. It is our conviction, therefore, that a heavy 
responsibility rests upon the shoulders of our ministers, who have the opportunity 
not only of recommending suitable reading matter, but also of helping to create 
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Our Church School literature is being improved constantly and those who 
are responsible for it deserve the co-operation of every member of our church. 
Surely there can be no excuse for anyone's looking' elsewhere than to our own 
Publishing- House when literature of this nature is needed. 

Once again we should like to emphasize the value of two periodicals which 
are being widely read and which have done much to deepen the spiritual life 
of our people. We refer to The Upper Room and The World Outlook. It is our 
firm conviction that this devotional booklet and this church-wide magazine, if 
distributed adequately and read conscientiously, will be the means of creating a 
new loyalty and a deeper devotion on the part of our ministers and laymen alike. 

The report of our Publishing House shows that one hundred thousand dollars 
has been appropriated to the superannuates. The amount received by our Confer- 
ence is $4,640.56. 

The Christian Advocate 

The importance of the Christian Advocate can hardly be over-emphasized. 
This paper gives expression to the life and thought of the church as a whole 
and is our channel of denominational information. A larger circulation of this 
paper will mean an enriched and an enlivened church. 

In the North Carolina Christian Advocate, our Conference has a paper of 
which it is justly proud. It is the only church paper east of the Mississippi that 
is self-supporting. This fact alone ought to merit more than mere passing interest. 
But its claim to distinction is not confined to this fact alone. It has so often been 
referred to as the best paper in Southern Methodism that the statement has 
become somewhat trite and yet we can think of no other expression that will 
more aptly describe it. 

We urge our ministers to make a special effort to secure new subscriptions, 
not merely for the sake of having large numbers, but in order that our people 
might keep themselves informed on those matters which are spiritual and there- 
fore eternal. 

In communities where it is difficult to secure new subscribers, we believe that 
if the pastor or some interested layman will order a number of copies and have 
boys sell them at five cents a copy, many new people will begin reading this 
paper and much good will be accomplished. 

We recommend that J. W. Moore, whose term on the Board of Publication 
has expired, be elected to succeed himself. 

(Signed) R. C. GOFORTH, Chairman, 
A. C. TIPPETT, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 1 OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

The Board of Missions recommends the appointment of the following brethren 
as members of The Commission on Evangelism: E. K. McLarty, H. P. Powell, 
C. E. Morgan, L. B. Abernethy, W. B. McEwen, E. W. Fox, and J. H. Grigg. 

(Signed) CHAS. C. WEAVER, Chairman, 
J. D. RANKIN, Secretary. 



REPORT NO. 2 OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS 

Your Board of Missions rejoices that this year of Aldersgate Commemoration 
has not only inspired our hopes but has also resulted in a gratifying increase in 
the number of members received on profession of faith — 28% gain over the 
former year. 



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We wish to emphasize the opportune place of the District Missionary Insti- 
tutes for spreading - throughout the various churches and charges a common vision 
and expectation of a continuing, aggressive evangelism throughout the coming 
year. In seeking the furtherance of this purpose, we recommend that this Con- 
ference publish not fewer than 50,000 copies of Bishop Purcell's address for 
distribution through the Institutes and otherwise. 

The new Committee on Evangelism has been organized for work with E. K. 
McLarty as Chairman and Director of Evangelism, and H. P. Powell as Secre- 
tary. 

We regard The Upper Room as one of the best aids to evangelism. It is not 
only a guide to family worship but furnishes excellent topics for young* people's 
meetings and prayer meetings. We rejoice in its wide circulation and urge that 
it be given still wider use. 

The Aldersgate Commemoration has produced a new body of Methodist 
literature, both historical and spiritual. Our people have a new understanding- of 
the origin of Methodism and the conditions existing in Wesley's day. This 
valuable literature must not be discarded when the great anniversary is passed. 
We must continue to think evangelism, talk evangelism and sing evangelism that 
the fires may continue to burn on our altars. 

The future for Europe, and for the world, is indeed dark at the present 
time, but the blacker the cloud is, the brighter is the rainbow. Ours is the same 
gospel that the pioneers of Methodism preached and that saved England. States- 
men, business men, in fact all classes are coming to realize the need of having 
the whole fabric of human life shot through with the spirit of Jesus, and human 
wills brought into subjection to the Divine will. The Committee on Evangelism 
is committed to this task. 

MISSIONARY INSTITUTES 

Waynesville Tuesday, January 1 7 

Asheville Wednesday, January 1 8 

Marion Thursday, January 19 

Statesville Friday, January 20 

Winston-Salem Monday, January 23 

Greensboro Tuesday, January 24 

Salisbury ' Wednesday, January 25 

Charlotte Thursday, January 26 

Gastonia Friday, January 2 7 

We recommend the appointment of L. B. Abernethy as Conference Missionary 
Secretary and Director of Golden Cross. 

With appreciation for the liberality which makes the operation of our 
hospital possible, we desire to insert their annual report: 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE HUGH CHATHAM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
AS OF OCTOBER 20, 1938 

Patients admitted 1,325 

Days of care 1 0,905 

Free days 3,298 

Actual cost of the above free days $12,301.44 

Operating Receipts and Expense Statement 

Receipts, October 1, 1937-38 $58,872.67 

Cash on Hand and in Bank 1,961.68 

$60,S34.35 



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Disbursements $60,322.91 

Cash on Hand and in Bank 511 .44 

$60,834.35 

Value of the Plant $200,000.00 

Number of beds 70 

Number of Officers and Nurses 27 

We request the confirmation of the following Trustees for the term of three 
years: L. B. Abernethy, R. O. Lindsay, A. L. Butler, R. M. Chatham. 

Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital 

(Signed) L. B. ABERNETHY, President, 

MASON LILLARD, Secretary-Treasurer. 



DONATIONS 1938-1939 

Asheville District 

Regular 

Asheville Circuit $300.00 

Ball Creek 300.00 

Black Mountain Sanatarium 200.00 

Fletcher 300.00 

Hot Springs 250.00 

Laurel Circuit 

Marshall 250.00 

Micaville 100.00 

Oakley 300.00 

Saluda-Tryon 200.00 

Weaverville Circuit 200.00 



Conditional 



$500.00 



Duke 



Charlotte District 

Regular 

Ansonville $ 1 00.00 

Big Springs ■ 200.00 

Derita 600.00 

Duncan Memorial 200.00 

Monroe Circuit 200.00 

North Monroe-Grace 300.00 

Weddington 100.00 



Conditional 



Duke 



Gastonia District 

Regular 

Park Street, Belmont $200.00 

Cherryville Circuit 200.00 

East Gastonia 1 00.00 

Lincoln Circuit 200.00 

Maylo 150.00 

Stanley 200.00 

Trinity 150.00 



Conditional 



Duke 



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Greensboro District 

Regular 

Coleridge $200.00 

Draper 1 00.00 

Farmer 200.00 

Liberty 100.00 

Oak Ridge 200.00 

Oak View 150.00 

Ruffin 200.00 



Conditional 



Duke 



Marion District 

Regular 

Broad River $100.00 

Cross Mills 175.00 

Gilkey 100.00 

Hudson Circuit 150.00 

Marion Circuit 100.00 

Mill Spring 

North Forest 250.00 

Old Fort Station 150.00 

Old Fort Circuit 200.00 

Pleasant Grove 100.00 

Rutherford College 200.00 

Sunshine Circuit 200.00 

Table Rock 125.00 



Conditional 



Duke 



$200.00 
300.00 



300.00 



Salisbury District 

Regular 

Jackson Park $300.00 

Kannapolis Circuit 200.00 

Midway 400.00 

Norwood Circuit 250.00 

Rocky Ridge 300.00 

Tabernacle 250.00 



Conditional 



Duke 



Statesville District 

Regular 

Ball Creek $150.00 

Bethel-Fairgrove 

Creston 

Elmwood 

Helton 

Jefferson 300.00 

Jonesville 

Lansing 300.00 

Laurel Springs 350.00 

Broad Street, Mooresville 200.00 

Moravian Falls 200.00 

Olin 

Shepherd 

South Iredell 275.00 



Conditional 



Duke 

$200.00 
175.00 
150.00 
225.00 

400.00 



300.00 
100.00 



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Sparta 

Todd 

Warrensville 1 00.00 

West Jefferson 300.00 



$250.00 



200.00 
250.00 



Waynesville District 

Regular 

Bethel 

Brevard Circuit $100.00 

Bryson City 

Crabtree 200.00 

Dellwood 

Franklin Circuit 

Hayesville 250.00 

Highlands 250.00 

Jonathan 

Macon Circuit 

Murphy Circuit 100.00 

Robbinsville 200.00 

Whittier 200.00 



Conditional 



Duke 

5300.00 

400.00 

100.00 

200.00 
200.00 



300.00 
300.00 
400.00 



Winston-Salem District 

Regular 

Ararat $150.00 

Danbury , 150.00 

Dobson 100.00 

Erlanger 1 50.00 

Hiatt Memorial 100.00 

Rockford Street 400.00 

Trinity-Bethel 100.00 



Conditional 



$ 50.00 



Duke 



Specials 



Boone $500.00 

Cullowhee 500.00 

Oteen : . 500.00 

Summer School Work 200.00 

Davidson 150.00 



Missionary Secretary $1,200.00 

Cullowhee 1,250.00 

College Place 700.00 

Brevard Debt 755.00 



(Signed) CHAS. C. WEAVER, Chairman, 
J. D. RANKIN, Secretary. 



Western North Carolina Conference 61 

REPORT OF BOARD OF CHURCH EXTENSION 

This Board desires to render all the aid it possibly can to the charges seeking 
its help. That its efficiency and service may be increased it solicits the co-opera- 
tion of all who bring to it their appeals. The Board may be saved much embar- 
rassment and loss of time if those seeking its assistance will observe the follow- 
ing suggestions: 

1 . That the requests for application blanks be sent directly to the Secretary 
of the Conference Board, naming the project so that the proper blanks may be 
supplied. 

2. That those completing the blanks always copy in, in the space above the 
signature of the Register of Deeds, and from the deeds of their property, the 
Trust Clause required by the Discipline. 

3. That all applications be filed with the Secretary at least ten days before 
the annual meeting of the Board, thereby giving time for amendments where 
necessary. 

4. That all applications be brought before the annual meeting of the Board 
and not held for the meeting of the Executive Committee, since the Committee 
deals only with emergency needs and reserves only a small fund for that purpose. 

Again the Board would stress the recommendation that all church property 
be covered with ample insurance. 

Every application coming before this Board has been most carefully considered. 
We regret that our limitation of funds prevents our helping all the worthy 
projects. We report the following donations: 

PARSONAGES 

Biltmore $250.00 (conditional) 

Homestead-Pleasant Grove 3 00.00 (conditional) 

Jamestown-Oakdale 300.00 (conditional) 

Dudley Shoals 250.00 

Woodleaf 150.00 (conditional) 

West Jefferson 100.00 

Hiatt-Sedge Garden 100.00 (conditional) 

CHURCHES 

Skyland $200.00 (conditional) 

Oak Hill, Acton 400.00 

Harrison, Pineville 3 00.00 

Bethlehem, Prospect 300.00 (conditional) 

Williamson Chapel, South Iredell 400.00 (conditional) 

Pleasant Grove 500.00 

Cox's Chapel 1 00.00 (conditional) 

Coburn Memorial 500.00 (conditional) 

Kerr Street 250.00 (conditional) 

Cullowhee 150.00 (conditional) 

Forest Chapel 100.00 

Hayesville 200.00 

Applications being forwarded to the General Board are as follows: Homestead- 
Pleasant Grove, Westford, Jamestown-Oakdale, Pleasant Grove, Robbinsville, 
Oak View. 

(Signed) J. A. JONES, Chairman, 

IVON L. ROBERTS, Secretary. 



62 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 

REPORT OF BOARD OF FINANCE 

The appointment of Rev. C. S. Kirkpatrick is requested as Conference 
Director of the Superannuate Endowment Fund. We recommend that one Sunday 
of each year be designated as "Superannuate Day," on which attention shall be 
given to the interest of superannuated preachers for the purpose of promoting 
the payment of the adjusted quotas, in those churches which have not yet met 
their obligations. We further recommend that each presiding elder provide a 
place on his District Conference program for the cause of superannuate support 
and especially emphasize the importance of all churches in his district to pay 
the balance on their adjusted quotas during the year. 

Rev. E. O. Cole will continue as agent to secure homes for superannuated 
preachers. 

AMOUNTS ALLOTTED TO CLAIMANTS 

Rev. J. A. Baldwin, Ansonville $222.00 

Rev. D. C. Ballard, Newton 250.00 

Rev. A. R. Bell, Rfd 5, Reidsville 322.00 

Rev. H. K. Boyer, Derita 332.00 

Rev. J. H. Bradley, Stony Point 325.00 

Rev. J. H. Brendall, Rfd" 3, Greensboro 424.00 

Rev. G. C. Brinkman, Brevard 208.00 

Rev. P. H. Brittain, Rfd 2, Hickory 276.00 

Rev. D. F. Carver, McAdenville $429.00 

Rev. W. S. Cherry, Newton 352.00 

Rev. E. N. Crowder, Rutherfordton 343.00 

Rev. M. B. Clegg, Box 714, Asheville 348.00 

Rev. J. W. Downum, Boone 300.00 

Rev. R. P. Fikes, 352 1 Monroe Rd., Charlotte 271.00 

Rev. C. P. Goode, Summerfield 307.00 

Rev. J. J. Gray, Angier 208.00 

Rev. T. A. Groce, Candler 325.00 

Rev. W. J. Hackney, Charlotte 250.00 

Rev. G. D. Herman, 5 8 Oakley Road, Biltmore 424.00 

Rev. J. G. W. Holloway, Granite Falls 292.00 

Rev. Parker Holmes, Forest City 395.00 

Rev. T. J. Houck, Rfd 1, Todd 321.00 

Rev. R. S. Howie, Thomasville 361.00 

Rev. G. A. B. Holderby, 46 West St., Asheville 240.00 

Rev. W. I. Hughes, Rutherford College 400.00 

Rev. Brooks Jerome, Stanfield '. 50.00 

Rev. T. C. Jordan, 217 Third Ave., W., Hendersonville 405.00 

Rev. T. B. Johnson, Thomasville 300.00 

Rev. J. C. Keever, Stony Point 323.00 

Rev. J. W. Kennedy, Rfd 5, Durham 315.00 

Rev. D. A. Lewis, Old Fort 275.00 

Rev. D. M. Litaker, 108 Law Bldg., Charlotte 300.00 



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Rev. J. W. Long, 527 Highland Ave., Greensboro 272.00 

Rev. T. F. Marr, Brevard 3S5.00 

Rev. C. L. McCain, Greer, S. C 287.00 

Rev. N. M. Modlin, 512 North Flint St., Lincolnton 290.00 

Rev. R. L. Melton, Hamptonville 260.00 

Rev. J. T. Mangum, Rfd 2, Selma, Ala 275.00 

Rev. Ebenezer Myers, Lenoir 365.00 

Rev. J. B. Needham, Wheatland, Calif 338.00 

Rev. Z. Paris, Lake Junaluska 252.00 

Rev. P. E. Parker, Thomasville 361.00 

Rev. J. A. Peeler, Hickory 370.00 

Rev. T. A. Plyler, Indian Trail 265.00 

Rev. W. M. Robbins, Lake Junaluska 325.00 

Rev. A. S. Raper, Welcome 34-1.00 

Rev. J. T. Ratledge, Madison 296.00 

Rev. O. P. Routh, Rfd 2, East Bend 274.00 

Rev. T. J. Rogers, Rfd 2, Greensboro 350.00 

Rev. W. F. Sandford, 8 Chiles Ave., Kenilworth, Asheville 352.00 

Rev. W. L. Sherrill, 122 South Tryon St., Charlotte 350.00 

Rev. C. M. Short, Rfd 2, Charlotte 230.00 

Rev. L. L. Smith, Hickory 370.00 

Rev. J. I. Spinks, Connelly Springs 312.00 

Rev. J. T. Stover, Rutherford College 40 6.00 

Rev. A. R. Surratt, 215 West Ninth St., Charlotte 2 34.00 

Rev. R. A. Swaringen, Fairview 250.00 

Rev. J. L. Teague, Rfd 2, Franklin 307.00 

Rev. J. E. Thompson, Shelby 400.00 

Rev. S. B. Turrentine, 219 North Spring St., Greensboro 282.00 

Rev. J. C. Umberger, Mt. Ulla 260.00 

Rev. T. E. Wagg, Rfd 4, Connelly Springs 3 75.00 

Rev. D. P. Waters, Mooresville 285.00 

Rev. E. K. Whidden, Dellwood 226.00 

Rev. A. H. Whisner, Hotel Venice, Venice, Florida 50.00 

Rev. J. H. West, Brevard 294.00 

Rev. B. Wilson, Lincolnton 250.00 

Rev. E. E. Yates, Stony Point 276.00 

Rev. B. A. Yorke, 220 S. E. Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Fla 307.00 



Total .$21,015.00 



WIDOWS 

Mrs. A. S. Abernethy, 12 16 Broad St., West Durham $115.00 

Mrs. R. S. Abernethy, Rutherford College 140.00 

Mrs. H. L. Atkins, Bandera, Texas 140.00 



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Mrs. Z. E. Barnhardt, Rfd 2, Connelly Springs . 218.00 

Mrs. W. M. Biles, 1031 South Main St., Winston-Salem 130.00 

Mrs. W. M. Boring, Grouse 263.00 

Mrs. J. A. Bowles, 410 South Mendenhall St., Greensboro 240.00 

Mrs. R. K. Brady, 606 Summit Ave., Greensboro 256.00 

Mrs. J. J. Brooks, Dayton, Tenn 122.00 

Mrs. D. W. Brown, Raeford 40.00 

Mrs. A. J. Burrus, Rutherford College 295.00 

Mrs. C. W. Byrd, 158 South Liberty St., Asheville 300.00 

Mrs. C. M. Campbell, 1629 Tenth Ave., Hickory . 275.00 

Mrs. C. R. Canipe, 1327 Elizabeth Ave., Charlotte 201.00 

Mrs. C. M. Carpenter, Candler 200.00 

Mrs. Fannie Christenberry, Randleman 200.00 

Mrs. L. T. Cordell, Rfd 2, Asheville 275.00 

Mrs. J. P. Davis, Rfd 3, Lincolnton 238.00 

Mrs. M. W. Dargan, Black Mountain 200.00 

Mrs. W. L. Dawson, 501 East Guilford St., Thomasville 240.00 

Mrs. P. T. Durham, 1136 West Ave., Richmond 154.00 

Mrs. J. J. Eads, 213 South Main St., Mt. Airy 210.00 

Mrs. J. J. Edwards 275.00 

Mrs. J. A. J. Farrington, Thomasville 250.00 

Mrs. B. F. Fincher, Rfd 7, Charlotte 175.00 

Mrs. O. C. Fortenberry, Rfd 3, Lincolnton 227.00 

Mrs. J. M. Folger, Mt. Airy 100.00 

Mrs. J. E. Gay, 620 North Elm St., Greensboro 225.00 

Mrs. L. H. Griffith, Rfd 1, Wingate 220.00 

Mrs. W. S. Hales, 1612 High St., Charlotte 269.00 

Mrs. E. K. Hardin, 322 Stuart Ave., Rock Hill, S. C 47.00 

Mrs. H. G. Hardin, Lake Junaluska 225.00 

Mrs. M. E. Hardison, Rfd 1, Black- Mountain 225.00 

Mrs. W. E. Hauss, China Grove 228.00 

Mrs. S. S. Higgins, Rfd 1, Guilford College 191.00 

Mrs. M. H. Hoyle, 205 South Myers St., Charlotte 240.00 

Mrs. William Hornbuckle, Rfd 1, Whittier 15 0.00 

Mrs. B. F. Hargett, Charlotte 200.00 

Mrs. J. W. Ingle, Shelby 2 1 5.00 

Mrs. John F. Kirk, Box 828, Salisbury 58.00 

Mrs. W. H. Leith, Hotel Arnold, Knoxville, Tenn « 100.00 

Mrs. A. G. Loftin, 2614 Walker Ave., Greensboro 215.00 

Mrs. J. A. Marr, 2 Dale Ave., West Asheville 105.00 

Mrs. W. P. McGhee, 8 7 Avondale Ave., Asheville 205.00 

Mrs. J. C. Mock, Welcome 215.00 

Mrs. R. F. Mock, Brevard College, Brevard 143.00 

Mrs. E. J. Poe, 312 Kern St., Thomasville 245.00 



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Mrs. W. E. Poovey, 8 1 1 Montlieu Ave., High Point 172.00 

Mrs. J. M. Price, 1233 South Main St., High Point 221.00 

Mrs. D. R. Proffitt, 803 North Eugene St., Greensboro 190.00 

Mrs. W. L. Rexford, 313 North Seventh St., Wilmington 190.00 

Mrs. D. S. Richardson, Rutherford College 228.00 

Mrs. J. C. Richardson, Connelly Springs 225.00 

Mrs. S. E. Richardson, 136 Park Circle, Winston-Salem 230.00 

Mrs. J. H. Robertson, Rfd 2, Winston-Salem 16+. 00 

Mrs. J. P. Rodgers, 1013 South Fulton St., Salisbury 285.00 

Mrs. W. O. Rudisill, General Delivery, El Paso, Texas 3 5.00 

Mrs. N. R. Richardson, 715 Wiley St., Salisbury 22 0.00 

Mrs. T. T. Salver, Rfd 2, Norwood 187.00 

Mrs. J. O. Shelley, 3 3 Pinckney St., Abbeville, S. C 198.00 

Mrs. R. B. Shelton, 646 North Larchmont Blvd., Los Angeles, Calif. . . 176.00 

Mrs. Albert Sherrill, 415 North Cedar St., Greensboro 227.00 

Mrs. C. F. Sherrill, Shelby 220.00 

Mrs. R. D. Sherrill, Charlotte 200.00 

Mrs. Frank Siler, Lake Junaluska 21 0.00 

Mrs. J. A. Scronce, 12 34 Highland Ave., Henderson ville 175.00 

Mrs. L. E. Stacy, Fallston 105.00 

Mrs. E. P. Stabler, Bessemer City 200.00 

Mrs. H. G. Stamey, Rfd 1, Belwood 1 86.00 

Mrs. C. E. Stedman, Murphy 200.00 

Mrs. J. B. Tabor, Statesville 280.00 

Mrs. R. M. Taylor, 1226 North Carolina Ave., N. E., Washington, D. C. 215.00 

Mrs. Seymour Taylor, Derita 2 15.00 

Mrs. P. L. Terrell, Rfd 2, Connelly Springs 100.00 

Mrs. F. L. Townsend, 305 College Ave., Lenoir 250.00 

Mrs. Harold Turner, 69 College St., Asheville 244.00 

Mrs. M. H. Tuttle, Rfd 3, Lenoir 220.00 

Mrs. W. T. Usry, 109 West Calhoun St., Sumter, S. C 219.00 

Mrs. M. H. Vestal, Yadkinville 190.00 

Mrs. E. R. Welch, 103 Aston Apts., Asheville 178.00 

Mrs. J. E. Womack, Bryson City 249.00 

Mrs. J. E. Woosley, 901 Johnson St., High Point • 2 74.00 

Mrs. M. B. Woosley, Granite Falls 285.00 

Mrs. E. E. Williamson, 946 East Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem ... 205.00 

Mrs. J. W. Williams 1 50.00 

Mrs. R. L. C. Gibson for Rev. J. D. Gibson's child, Box 553, Marion . . 100.00 

Total $17,018.00 

(Signed) W. C. HOUSTON, Chairman, 
J. H. ARMBRUST, Secretarv, 
F. C. BOYLES, Treasurer. 



66 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



REPORT OF COMMISSION ON BUDGET 

We recommend : 

1. That the apportionment for the Children's Home remain at an amount 
equal to ten per cent (10%) of the pastor's salary for the current year and 
that the fifth Sunday offerings of all our church schools be continued as a free 
will offering to the Home. 

2. That the General Work and the Conference Work total $2+0,775.00. 

3. That the following net amounts be deducted from the above total before 
division : 

For Conference expense $ 6,000.00 

Supplementary amount for Waynesville District Presiding Elder 600.00 
Uniting Conference expense 4,169.09 

Total $10,769.09 

4. That our apportionments be divided as follows: 

General Work ■ $1 15, SOS. 00 .4800 

Conference Work 124,967.00 .5200 

Total $240,775.00 1.0000 

Coaf. ami 

District Average Gen' I. Work 

Asheville 0830 $19,984.00 

Charlotte 1367 32,914.00 

Gastonia 1112 26,774.00 

Greensboro 1458 35,105.00 

Marion 0955 22,994.00 

Salisbury 1200 28,893.00 

Statesville 1129 27,184.00 

Waynesville 0577 13,893.00 

Winston-Salem 1372 33,034.00 

Totals 1.0000 $240,775.00 

ANNUAL CONFERENCE BOARDS 

Christian Education 34S0 $43,500.00 

Church Extension 0750 9,367.00 

Conference Claimants 2720 34,000.00 

Conference Missions 2760 34,500.00 

Lay Activities 0090 1,100.00 

Wesley Foundation Commission 1X4 2,300.00 

Advisory Committee on General Indebtedness 0016 200.00 

Totals 1.000 $124,967.00 

(Signed) H. C. SPRINKLE, Chairman, 

JAMES E. LAMBETH, Secretary. 



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REPORT OF CONFERENCE TREASURER 

Year Amount Per Cent 

Total Apportionment 1937-1938 $231,196.00 1.0000 

Total Acceptances 1937-1938 165,156.00 .7144 

Total Collections 1937-1938 163,826.51 .7086 

Total Collections 1936-1937 162,574.99 .7032 

Increase in Collections 1937-1938 1,251.52 .0077 

Division and Distribution 

Total Receipts for General and Conference Work $163,826.51 

Less Conference Expense $9,500.00 

Less unpaid check 1 00.00 

9,600.00 



Balance $ 1 54,226.5 

Less General Conference 48% (See below) 74,028.7; 



Balance for Annual Conference 52% $ 80,197.79 

Less Waynesville District Supplement from Statesville District 178.00 



Balance available for distribution for Annual Conference Work ..$ 80,019.79 

Distribution, 1937-1938 

General Conference Amount Per Cent 

Administrative Fund $ 8,513.30 .1150 

American Bible Society 851.3 3 .0115 

Assemblies 555.22 .0075 

Church Extension 5,330.07 .0720 

Christian Education 12,288.77 .1660 

Federal Council 259.10 .0035 

Board of Finance 3,3 3 1.29 .0450 

Lay Activities 1,665.65 .0225 

Board of Missions 33,312.92 .4500 

Negro Work 2,739.06 .0370 

Theological Schools 5,182.01 .0700 

Totals $74,028.72 1.0000 

Annu-al Conference Amount Per Cent 

Christian Education $28,439.03 .3554 

Church Extension 5,729.42 .0716 

Conference Claimants 21,357.28 .2669 

Conference Missions 22,381.54 .2797 

Lay Activities 680.17 .0085 

Wesley Foundation 1,432.35 .0179 

Totals $80,019.79 1.0000 

Comparison of Collections with Apportionments, 193 7-193 8 

District Apportionment Collections Per Cent 

Asheville $ 2 1,900.00 $ 13,095.00 .5979 

Charlotte 31,000.00 26,545.00 .8563 



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Gastonia 25,940.00 18,265.00 .7041 

Greensboro 34,325.00 27,712.10 .8073 

Marion 21,500.00 13,355.96 .6212 

Salisbury 26,000.00 18,941.00 .7285 

Statesville 25,200.00 15,400.45 .6111 

Waynesville 12,831.00 6,814.00 .5311 

Winston-Salem 32,500.00 23,698.00 .7292 

Totals $231,196.00 $163,826.51 .7086 

Comparison of Collections with Amounts Accepted, 1937-1938 

District Accepted Collection Per Cent 

Asheville $ 13,095.00 $ 13,095.00 1.0000 

Charlotte 26,545.00 26,545.00 1.0000 

Gastonia 18,341.00 18,265.00 .9958 

Greensboro 27,999.00 27,712.10 .9898 

Marion 13,725.00 13,355.96 .9731 

Salisbury 18,916.00 18,941.00 1.0013 

Statesville 16,02 3.00 15,400.45 .9611 

Waynesville 6,814.00 6,814.00 1.0000 

Winston-Salem ' 23,698.00 23,698.00 1.0000 

Totals $165,156.00 $163,826.51 .9919 

(Signed) E. (). COLE, Treasurer. 
Attest: HARRY C. NORTHROP, C. P. A. 



CONFERENCE EXPENSE ACCOUNT, 1937-1938 

Receipts 

Brought Forward $ 2 1 1.63 

Refund — Southern Bell T. and T. Co ' .92 

Special for Aldersgate Commemoration expense from Centenary 

Church, Winston-Salem 1 50.00 

Refund to Expense Account Rev. W. A. Kerr unpaid check 100.00 

Interest on Certificates of Deposit 239.17 

Deduction for Conference Expense 9,500.00 



Total $10,201.72 

Disbursements 

Meal Tickets $ 2,0 30.40 

Conference Incidentals 126.98 

Other Incidentals 1 59.69 

Salary of Conference Secretary 250.00 

Office Expense and Assistants for Conference Secretary ($45.75, 1937) 171.75 

Salary of Conference Treasurer 600.00 

Office Expense and Assistants for Conference Treasurer 96.69 

Printing Minutes (1937) 1,716.76 

Aldersgate Commemoration : 

Salary Rev. W. L. Hutchins 4,000.00 

Bishop A. F. Smith, for General Expense 500.00 



Total % 9,652.27 



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Balance, Charlotte National Bank $2 64.45 

Post-dated checks on hand 2 85.00 



549.45 



$10,201.72 



STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, 1937-19 38 

Receipts 

General and Conference Work $163,826.5 1 

Conference Expense Fund 601.72 

Collected at Conference : 

Children's Home 2,270.06 

Golden Cross 2 1 2.90 

District Work 142.55 

Miscellaneous 112.19 

Unknown Donor for Widows of Deceased Preachers 8 50.00 

J. H. Little, Treasurer, Conference Superannuate Endowment Fund 6,917.41 

Certificates of Deposit Cashed 24,000.00 

Re-deposit 50.00 



Total $198,983.34 

Disbursements 

General Work $ 74,028.72 

Conference Work 80,019.79 

Certificates of Deposit Purchased 24,000.00 

Conference Expense 9,652.27 

Distributed to Widows of Deceased Preachers 850.00 

F. C. Boyles, Treasurer, Conference Board of Finance 6,917.41 

Children's Home 2,270.06 

Golden Cross 2 1 2.90 

District Work 142.5 5 

Miscellaneous Items 1 12.19 

Waynesville District Supplement from Statesville District 178.00 

Check Returned 50.00 



Total Disbursements $198,43 3.89 

Balance, Charlotte National Bank $264.45 

Post-dated check on hand 2 8 5.00 

549.45 



Total $198,983.34 

I hereby certify that I have examined the financial books and records of the 
Rev. E. O. Cole, Conference Treasurer, for the Conference year, 1937-1938, and 
that the foregoing statements set forth the true facts relative to the Conference 
financial transactions for the Conference year, 1937-19 3 8, and are in accordance 
with said books and records. 

( Signed) HARRY C. NORTHROP, C. P. A. 



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REPORT OF CONFERENCE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Your Board of Trustees have gone carefully into the report of the Treasurer 
as presented in the annual report of the .Auditor for the year ending September 
30, 1938. 

All statements and such other records available relating to cash due the 
Conference were examined ami remittances traced into the bank. The records 
were found in order and proper accounting made of all them. 

Disbursements over the year were scrutinized and found in order. 



CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

October 1, 193 7, to September 3 0, 193S 

General Fund 

Balance, September 30, 1937 $1,514.64 

Receipts: 

Interest ■. $1,1 37.34 

Rent 896.27 

Shepard Estate 532.79 2,566.40 

Total $4,08 1.04 

Disbursements: 

Fund for Old Preachers $ 800.00 

Auditing 50.00 

Office Supplies 6.46 856.46 

Balance, September 30, 1938 '. . $3,224.58 

Centenary-Rutherford Fund 

Balance, September 3 0, 1937 $ 533.18 

Receipts: 

Rent $ 830.3 1 

Sale of Property 4,000.00 

Rebate on Foreclosure Costs 1 0.00 4,840.3 1 

Total $5,373.49 

Disbursements: 

Loan $.4,000.00 

Repairs to Property 428.22 

Foreclosure Costs 66.8 8 

Fire Insurance 24.00 4,519.10 

Balance, September 30, 193 8 $ 854.39 

(Signed) J. B. IVEV, Chairman, 

A. W. PLYLER, Secretary-Treasurer. 



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REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF SUPERANNUATE 
ENDOWMENT FUND 

1. The Trustees acknowledge with gratitude and deep appreciation the 
legacy of $1,000.00 under the will of the late Mr. W. R. Odell, the beloved 
layman and generous friend and contributor to the Superannuate Fund. 

2. The Trustees have nominated J. B. Ivey and M. D. Stockton for re- 
election as Trustees for the term expiring in 19+1, and James A. Bell for the 
term expiring in 194-2, and /or until their successors are elected and qualified. 

3. The Trustees are pleased to report that the funds of the Endowment 
have weathered the storm of depression and repression without serious damage, 
and are in fairly satisfactory shape. The real estate taken over in foreclosure is 
yielding about six per cent income, but we have been forced to incur some costs 
in repairs and defaulted taxes in getting this property in good marketable con- 
dition. One lot has been sold with some net profit to the fund. The income 
check for the current year shows some increase over the last year, and the 
prospect is hopeful that the temporary losses will be recouped in the final 
disposition of our forced real estate holdings. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed; JAS. A. BELL, 
J. B. IVEY, 
W. C. HOUSTON, 
T. H. LITTLE. 



REPORT OF TREASURER OF SUPERANNUATE 
ENDOWMENT FUND 



RECEIPTS 
Oct. 1, 1937: 

Balance on Hand $ 5 5.09 

Received from Interest 4,823.68 

Received from Rent 3,199.8 3 

Received from E. C. Griffith Co. (to be held in suspense J 3 5 1.10 

Received from Estate of W. R. Odell (bequest ) 1,000.00 

Sale of Real Estate 4,000.00 

Loans collected during vear 26,879.63 



$ + 0,309.3 3 
DISBURSEMENTS 

New Loans made during year $24,85 3.22 

Fire Insurance, Treasurer's Bond, etc 245.9 5 

Taxes paid on Real Estate owned 4,3 5 1 .47 

Check for Net Income : 

Gross Income $8,023.5 1 

Less Insurance $245.95 

yi of 1% to Reserve 402.05 

Reserve for Contingencies 4 5 8.10 

1,10 6.10 

Net Income 6,9 1 7.4 1 6,9 1 7.4 1 



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Sept. 3 0, 1938: 

Cash on Hand 3,941.28 



$40,309.33 
INVESTMENTS 

Principal Cash on Hand $ 3,941.2 8 

Building and Loan Shares 200.00 

Sundry Notes 140.00 

Real Estate 54,293.40 

First Mortgage Notes . . . $1 32,3 3 3.57 

Less Amount held in suspense ■ . . 2,067.94 130,265.63 



Total Investment Account $188,840.3 1 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) J. H. LITTLE, Treasurer. 

We have examined the records of the Superannuate Endowment Fund and 
hereby certify to the correctness of the above report. 

(Signed) J. L. HOYLE & COMPANY, 
By J. L. Hoylf., C. P. A. 



REPORT NO. 1 OF THE BOARD OF FAY ACTIVITIES 

To the President and members of the Western North Carolina Conference: 
Dear Brethren : 

Your Boai'd of Lav Activities submits its report as follows: 
We are glad to report definite progress in our lay work. This is particularly 
true in the area of efficient organization, understanding of the problems involved, 
and a more definite commitment to the task. Special mention should be made of 
advancement in stewardship education, promotion of payment on benevolences 
and training of official boards. We make the following recommendations: 

I. CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIP 

Stewardship is the very heart of the whole program of lav activities. It is 
all that ami more. It is the heart of our religious experience, and joy and growth. 
We can never get away from the elemental fact that this is God's world, not 
ours. He created it; He controls it. Everything we have — physical, mental, 
spiritual — comes as a gift from Him. lie is the giver of every good and perfect 
gift. 

The second elemental fact from which we cannot escape is that man does 
not own anything save the treasures he has stored in his own .heart and the riches 
of his own personality. Some men have some things temporarily in their posses- 
sion, but the eternal titles are with God. God has intrusted man as a steward 
some of his poods for which he must give an account. But greater than that, He 
has marie man capable of being His co-laborer in the building of a better world — 
by the use not only of material possessions, but of time and talents and his 
intellect and his whole personality. This is Christian stewardship in its mighty 
sweep and in its mighty call to tin' human soul. 

What can be done to develop this great doctrine of Christian living in the 
lives of our people: We recommend: 



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1. That Boards of Stewards request pastors to preach more often on Chris- 
tian stewardship as an essential philosophy of life. 

2. That courses in stewardship be taught in the adult and young' people's 
classes in the church school. 

3. That courses on stewardship be given in Pastors' Schools, Standard Train- 
ing Schools, and Standard Training- Classes. 

4. That careful attention be given to an effective distribution of pamphlets, 
leaflets, and books on Christian stewardship. 

5. That a stewardship revival be conducted in local churches where com- 
petent men can be secured for such a service. 

6. That one of the quarterlv meetings of the District League of Stewards 
be devoted to a stewardship program. 

II. A SOUND FINANCIAL SYSTEM 

A sound financial svstem is absolutelv necessarv for the success of the church 
in all of its activities. We recommend: 

1. Regular weekly offerings on the part of every member of the church 
as an act of worship. We urge the use of envelopes for this purpose. 

2. That every contribution be brought to a stewardship basis, that of 
spiritual sharing. 

3. A thorough annual every-member canvass to secure a contribution from 
every member. 

4. A careful follow-up during the year of all pledges. 

5. A monthly balancing of the budget. 

III. ADEQUATE SUPPORT OF THE MINISTRY 

Any discussion having as its subject the more efficient operation of the church, 
would not go far without serious consideration of a more adequate support of 
the ministry. Herein lies the strength or weakness of the entire program of the 
church. We cry for a better ministry, but we demand that a young man spend 
thousands of dollars for college and theological training, then we send him to 
a charge where he cannot provide the necessities of life, to say nothing of paying 
his debts. Such conditions should be remedied. 

We alwavs think of food, clothing, shelter, medical care, and insurance as 
needful for the support of the ministry, but we overlook the need of transporta- 
tion for pastoral calls, books for enrichment of life, Pastors' Schools for effective 
training, and other needs as vital as these. 

We recommend that everv Board of Stewards in the Conference give most 
careful consideration to these needs, fix the salarv accordinglv, adopt a sound 
financial system and make it effective for the Conference vear. We recommend 
also that all ministers be paid on a monthlv basis. 

IV. THE BENEVOLENCES 

The benevolences constitute the foundation of our churches progress. Only 
through the benevolent offerings can the basic needs of the church be met. 
We recommend: 

1. That every effort possible be continued to inform church members of 
the church's needs, and their obligation and relation thereto through literature, 
institutes, sermons, the church school, and programs for the District League of 
Stewards. 

2. That the askings for General and Conference work be thoroughly ex- 
plained to the members of the church so that they may accept their full share 
in the obligation to assist in making the world Christian. 



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3. That we continue the goal of at least one-half of the Acceptances on 
Benevolences be paid by the time of the District Conference. 

4. That we give to the Commission on Benevolences every possible co- 
operation in its program of education and cultivation. 

V. EVANGELISM 

1. That we pledge to the Commission on Evangelism the fullest possible 
co-operation to make effective their labors in the field of evangelism. 

2. Affiliation with the church should be the outgrowth of a personal experi- 
ence of God. The mission of the church is not to secure joiners, but converts, 
to Christianity. Through personal work every new member should be guided to 
such an experience. 

VI. LAY SPEAKING 

We recommend a continuous program of the use of lav speakers to present 
the program of the church to congregations, group meetings, and conferences; 
to hold religious services where the pastor cannot be present, and in needy areas. 

VII. TRAINING STEWARDS 

1. We recommend continuous emphasis upon the importance of the office of 
steward. Let every pastor prayerfully and carefully select those who constitute 
the Board of Stewards from the standpoint of the following qualifications: 
Christian character, native ability, loyalty to the church and its program, and 
willingness to study the task. 

2. Let every pastor organize his Board of Stewards into a study class, using 
as a text "A Steward in the Methodist Church." 

3. The continuous use of institutes for stewards in the several districts of 
the Conference. 

VIII. DISTRICT LEAGUE OF STEWARDS 

We recommend that every District Lay Leader, in consultation with his 
presiding elder, and after a careful study of the subject, organize a District 
League of Stewards along the lines recommended by the General Board of Lay 
Activities; that the presiding elder and District Lay Leader give careful atten- 
tion to preparing and directing the quarterly programs of the League. 

TX. THE CHURCH PRESS 

We recommend a larger circulation of the Nashville Christian Advocate and 
the North Carolina Christian Advocate. No steward can function effectively in 
our Conference without reading the North Carolina Christian Advocate. 

X. LAYMEN'S DAY 

We recommend the continued observance of Laymen's Day the second Sunday 
in June, June 11, 1939, the theme for discussion, "Adequate Support of the 
Ministry." We call upon all District Lay Leaders and Charge Lay Leaders to 
plan for the observance of the day in all our churches. 

XL RURAL WORK 

We pledge the fullest co-operation of our Board to the Rural Work Com- 
mission. 

We nominate A. J. Kirbv Conference Lav Leader and request his election by 
ihe Conference. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) A. L KIRBY, Chairman, 

PAUL F. EVANS, Secretary. 



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REPORT NO. 2 OF THE BOARD OF LAY ACTIVITIES 



TEMPERANCE 

We quote as follows from Hidden Fangs, a pamphlet recently made available 
through our General Board of Lay Activities: 

"Before prohibition, saloons were confined largely to the slum districts. Now 
they have invaded the residential districts also. They have moved from the 
alley to the boulevard. True, the bar rail has vanished, but the soda fountain 
fixtures make a good substitute. The saloon has changed its clothes, but not its 
character. It is still the fountain of death and the gate of destruction." 

We were promised by the advocates of repeal that the saloon should never 
return, that the bootlegger would soon be but a memory, and that drinking and 
drunkenness would decline, if John Barleycorn should be stripped of his stripes 
and be allowed to dress in the honest garb of respectable citizenship. It is all 
too evident now that the advocates of legalized liquor never intended to keep 
a single promise of sobriety, or protection, or decency, but wanted only the 
chance to vend their wares, and to satisfy the thirst of those who were already 
trained in the drink habit, and to allure to their trade a vast army of young 
men and women, boys and girls, who should pour into their coffers the millions 
that they craved. 

The gospel of Jesus Christ is a gospel of salvage and salvation. The liquor 
traffic is an agency of destruction and damnation. These two forces march in 
opposite directions; they are as far apart as the two poles. As a church, we 
cannot keep company with Christ and give comfort to the agents of evil. Upon 
this rock we must take our stand and let the world know that we will not 
compromise. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) A. J. KIRBY, Chairman, 

PAUL F. EVANS, Secretary. 



CHILDREN'S HOME REPOR'F 

The first home for orphan children in America was built near Savannah, 
Georgia, by George Whitfield, the flaming evangelist. John Wesley had called 
Whitfield's attention to the fact that there was much poverty among the early 
Georgians and that the number of orphan children was out of proportion to the 
population. Whitfield, with a heart overflowing with sympathy for children in 
want, determined to satisfy their need. He went to Philadelphia and enlisted the 
sympathy of many generous friends, among them being Benjamin Franklin, 
towards building an orphanage. Franklin, with an eye open to the interests of 
Philadelphia, insisted that the orphanage be established there, advancing the 
argument that all material for the building and the workmen would have to be 
taken from Philadelphia. He thought it would be cheaper and better to bring 
the children from Georgia and train them in Philadelphia than to meet the 
heavier expense of transporting men and material from Philadelphia. This plan 
did not meet with the approval of Whitfield and then Franklin refused to con- 
tribute anything because his own ideas were not adopted. 

When Sunday came Whitfield preached to a great congregation, Franklin 
being in the number. At the close of his sermon lie appealed for generous con- 
tributions for the orphanage and Franklin in his autobiographv says he de- 



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termined when the collection began to put a button in the hat but as Whitfield 
continued to plead he resolved to give a penny, then a dime and later a dollar. 
But by the time the hat reached him he was so overcome by the mighty preach- 
er's eloquence that he gave his pocketbook with all that it contained. The orphan- 
age, known as the Bethesda Orphan House, was built and has continuously 
served orphan children to this present day, having observed its 198th birthday 
during the past spring. 

It was not till after the Civil War that the Masons of North Carolina, at 
the suggestion and agitation of J. H. Mills, a Baptist layman, established the 
Oxford Orphan Asylum, the first orphanage in North Carolina. This institution 
has continued in operation to the present day, now being known as Oxford 
Orphanage. A few years later Mr. Mills resigned from the superintendency of 
the Oxford Orphanage and led North Carolina Baptists in establishing the 
Thomasville Baptist Orphanage, now called Mills Home, at Thomasville. Then 
the Episcopalians built at Charlotte, the Presbyterians at Barium Springs, the 
Eastern Carolina Methodists at Raleigh and the Odd Fellows at Goldsboro. 

Finally our Western North Carolina Conference felt that something should 
be done for the orphan and indigent children of our church and in 1904 elected 
an Orphanage Commission to confer with representatives from the North Caro- 
lina Conference as to the practicability of securing half interest in the Methodist 
Orphanage at Raleigh. Our Eastern brethren thought that some legal complica- 
tions as to titles might arise if a union were effected and, therefore, all efforts 
looking to joint ownership were abandoned. Our Annual Conference at Salisbury 
in 19U7 took definite action towards the establishment of an orphanage to be 
known as "The Children's Home." Trustees were elected, a charter was ap- 
proved and authority was given to secure a location for the institution. 

The Children's Home was located in Winston-Salem because of the liberal 
inducements presented. Among other considerations Winston-Salem friends offered 
165 acres of land, then valued at $100 per acre. Since there were no buildings 
on the land it was thought wise to buy the adjoining Davis Military School 
property, consisting of 2 5 acres of land on which five wooden buildings were 
located, formerly used by students in that school. These dilapidated buildings 
were repaired, enlarged and painted so that it was reported in 1910 that they 
looked "cozy and inviting." The city of Winston-Salem offered water free of 
charge provided the Home would meet the expense of extending the water main. 

An eleven-year-old girl was the first child to be enrolled, she having been 
admitted on September 1, 1909. By the end of the first year 7 6 boys and girls 
were enrolled. 

Our Children's Home has continued to provide for a constantly increasing 
number of orphan and indigent children throughout the past 29 years. Within 
the past nine years our population has increased from 240 to 415, the present 
enrollment registering 220 boys and 195 girls. The present value of the property, 
including buildings, grounds ami equipment, endowment and current assets, 
amounts to $1,534,096. 

The general, physical, mental and spiritual condition of our family continues 
to improve. Our staff of workers is very co-operative and acceptable. The 
service and direction extended to our children is not exceeded by that of any 
other institution within our scope of investigation. 

One of the most satisfactory features of our Home is that our youngsters 
are becoming more effective in directing themselves. We do not have student 
government but wc do have some mighty good student direction. A wilful 
youngster with bad tendencies finds his or her associates helping in the process 
of breaking away from evil doings. To be sure, we have many problems con- 
nected with the living habits of so many boys and girls, but these problems are 
becoming more constructive and less punitive. 



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The output of our Home is in constant demand. We have no difficulty in 
securing good positions for those of our family who are prepared to assume 
the responsibilities connected with them. Eighteen of our young men and women 
are now registered in eleven colleges and universities. Our alumni are a source 
of satisfaction and joy to us. Their contribution to society and to the ongoing 
of righteousness not only gives satisfaction to them but also serves to bring joy 
to others. 

While other child-caring institutions have had to reduce their population, 
due to financial difficulties, we have so far been enabled to increase our popula- 
tion. We are now confronted with a more serious financial challenge. A decided 
decrease in the income from our endowment will have to bet met by a similar 
increase of income from our friends or cause us to reduce the number of boys 
and girls being served by the Children's Home. If all the ten per cent apportion- 
ment is paid and a twenty-five per cent increase is registered from fifth Sunday 
offerings we will be enabled to continue to provide for about 400 boys and girls 
as a resident population and for a limited number of mothers' aid and boarding 
home children. At this date we are living on a balanced budget and are not in 
debt. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) T. F. MARK, Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON SPIRITUAL LIFE 

As an agency of a church whose complete endeavor is to cultivate the spiritual 
life of its members, and to "spread scriptural holiness throughout the land," 
your Commission has attempted to define its function. 

Every agency of our church partakes of this function in its ministry, teaching 
and fellowship. Since this is so, one especial purpose of the Commission may be 
to indicate ways in which the stress of modern living has interfered with this 
primary responsibility of the entire church. Among contemporary distractions 
and complexities we may be able to bring out certain basic verities that merit 
continual emphasis. These fundamental truths need also to be rediscovered as 
they apply to the social habits and civic interests of a speedily changing world. 

Some of the conditions which have overshadowed this primary purpose of 
the church are: 

Economic rivalries, national and international; these are reflected in the 
tensions involved in church support. 

Distraction of attention by the whirling panorama of events presented by 
press, radio, and screen — a distraction which diminishes meditation essential to 
the function of a Christian interpretation of life. 

Loss of a home-centered family life with its parental influence, with its 
common discussion of events and experiences — important factors in building 
ideals. 

Loss of integrity too commonly shown in the processes of business and govern- 
ment, a condition which makes difficult maintenance of a fine sense of honor in 
conducting church affairs. Modes of conduct among leaders in the church which 
are incompatible with the standards set by Christ for his followers. 

The church has gained in Christian education through the church school 
but it has lost lay leadership and that deepening of individual spiritual life 
which the church in former days accomplished through class meetings and class 
leadership. We need less lecturing and more group discussion and above all more 
active lay leadership in Christian living. 



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Our churches need the values cultivated in these small groups of adults and 
young people. What were these values? (l) Repeated emphasis of Old Testa- 
ment teaching's of justice, of Christ's doctrine of mercy and loving-kindness. 
(2) A new sense of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. (3) A growing realiza- 
tion of a living, ever-present Christ. (4) A renewed realization that sin brings 
death of the spirit, that sin is insidious, that it is to be escaped only by seeking 
the redemption offered in Christ Jesus. 

These simple truths expressed in the poetic language of Jesus are irrefutable 
yet so definite that a child can comprehend them. "If ye love me, keep my com- 
mandments; I am the Vine, ye are the branches," He said. Do we teach them 
by precept and example? 

Young people and old are hungering for light on the meaning of life, for 
help in solving their own problems. These needs should be recognized and 
ministered to not only by the pastor, but by lay members who will dedicate their 
time and talents to making personal contacts, particularly among young people. 
Through such contacts, either singly or in small groups, mutual confidence and 
frankness can be cultivated in a definite endeavor to find and follow a truly 
Christian way of life. 

The method by which this should be done depends upon the initiative of the 
local church. The church school, the prayer meeting, the Boards of Stewards and 
lay activities, the missionary society are regularly constituted groups, any and 
all of which may be beginning points for this renewed emphasis on gospel truth 
in its application to personal and social living. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) W. B. DAVIS, 

MRS. W. A. NEWELL, 
T. A. GROCE. 



REPORT OF THE BIBLE BOARD 

The scriptures of the Old and New Testament constitute the inspired message 
of God to men. We are therefore dealing with the most important Book in the 
world — the Bible. 

We should teach the Bible instead of teaching about the Bible. It is the 
Bible's message of salvation, an experience of grace that we need to meet the 
needs of this day of doubts and uncertainties. 

We are indeed fortunate to have the American Bible Society to translate, 
print, and distribute the Word of God for the world, and at a price within the 
reach of all. This Society is nearing a century and a quarter of uninterrupted 
service to mankind. 

By the co-operation of Bible Societies, Boards of Missions, missionary groups, 
and individual missionaries, the Bible in whole or in part has been translated 
into 1,00 8 languages and dialects. 

Distribution: Owing to the war in China and the conditions in Japan the 
distribution in 193 7 was not quite up to former levels, being a total of Bibles 
and parts of more than seven and one-third million copies distributed throughout 
the world. The Bible is still the best seller. 

Universal Bible Sunday will be observed this year with the theme, "And Now 
— One Thousand Tongues." Materials will be furnished pastors including stere- 
opticon lectures by the Society. 

Your Committee respectfully presents the following resolutions: 

WHEREAS, The American Bible Society is a missionary agency continually 
aiding the churches in extending the Kingdom of God both in the United States 



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and in many mission fields throughout the world by translating, publishing and 
distributing the Holy Bible, be it resolved: 

First: That this body records its satisfaction in the continuing missionary 
work of the American Bible Society in its efforts to increase the circulation of 
the Bible and to have the Scriptures more widely used; 

Second: That our pastors be encouraged to observe Universal Bible Sunday 
on Sunday, December 11, calling the attention of their congregations to the 
fact that the Scriptures have been translated into more than one thousand tongues, 
urging upon their people a more faithful use of the Bible and a more continuous 
study of God's Holy Word. 

Third: That we recommend an increase in the offering of our church to 
the American Bible Society. 

Fourth: That the presiding elders at the first quarterly conferences in elect- 
ing committees on Christian Literature, include the distribution of Bibles and 
parts, putting proper emphasis on the Bible and its distribution. 

(Signed) E. MYERS, President, 

A. BURGESS, Secretary. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSION ON METHODIST 
CO-OPERATION 

To the Constituent Bodies represented by the Commission on Methodist Co-opera- 
tion, Greeting: 

The Commission met in annual session in the office of the Editor of the 
Christian Advocate, Greensboro, on Thursday, September 29, with representa- 
tives of the three Methodist bodies in North Carolina present. After full delibera- 
tion, the Commission directed that the following report should be sent to the four 
Annual Conferences involved: 

With the assured coming of Methodist Union within the next year, the pur- 
pose and work of the Commission on Methodist Co-operation draws to a close. 
That the work of the Commission has been fruitful in a closer fellowship and 
co-operation between the groups represented none will deny. Because of the 
work of the Commission the task of uniting the three Methodisms into one in 
this state will be made much easier. Looking toward that union we wish to 
review our work of the year, and to make some suggestions for the year ahead. 

Approximating the date of John Wesley's heartwarming experience, May 24, 
three central celebrations were held under the direction of the Commission; 
namely, at Asheville, Charlotte and Greensboro. Speakers representing the three 
branches of Methodism were on the program at each place. While the attendance 
was not large, it was representative, and a fine feeling of fellowship prevailed. 
Following these meetings a number of group meetings were held in various 
parts of the state, wherever two or more of the denominational units were in 
contact. These, too, were fruitful in a better understanding of our common 
Methodism. Under the direction of Bishop Paul B. Kern, a number of Alders- 
gate celebrations were held in centers not reached by the meetings held under 
the direction of the Commission. Wherever possible, speakers from the other two 
Methodisms had part on the programs, a gesture which we greatly appreciate. 

Now, as we look forward to the new year, which will probably be the last 
in the separate existence of these three groups, there are certain suggestions which 
we would like to present to the Conferences for their consideration: 

1. We suggest the holding of one or more, perhaps several, mass meetings 
as soon as possible following the holding of the Uniting Conference; in whicli 



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the work of that Conference might be reviewed, and all possible emphasis put 
upon the fact that we are actually one, awaiting only the working out of details 
to put that oneness into effect. If the Conferences approve this suggestion, the 
Commission will set up and direct the machinery necessary to carry it out. 

2. The Commission would like your approval also of the suggestion that 
two fact-finding Committees, geographically located and composed of two rep- 
resentatives from each of the three Methodisms, be set up to make a survey of 
all the territory where two or more of the groups have contact, the survey to 
ascertain the number of churches involved, their possible realignment, and such 
other facts as may be needed to relate the several churches or charges to the 
new program. This information to be made available to those who shall be 
responsible for co-ordinating the work of the now three Methodisms. If the 
suggestion is approved, the Commission has directed the Chairman and Secretary 
to name the personnel of the Committees. 

3. Since no Plan of Union, however perfect, can really succeed unless there 
is also a spiritual unity, we think all possible effort ought to be made by this 
Commission during the year to bring the groups together in District Conferences, 
in worship and revival services, in young people's gatherings and in pastors' 
assemblies. We need desperately to get acquainted. When we know each other 
we shall love each other; and love will cast out any possible fear or misunder- 
standing. 

We are hoping literature may be made available following the Uniting 
Conference that will emphasize our common task, and the fact and spirit of 
oneness. If this can be put into the hands of all our people before the three 
groups are merged, it will do much to further the success of union. 

The Commission stands ready to help in any possible way the effort to bring 
our groups together; and is at the service of any and all agencies which may 
be charged with that task. 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 
C. W. BATES, Secretarv. 



THE METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT AT CHAPEL 
HILL AND COLLEGE PLACE CHURCH 

With 700 Methodist students at Chapel Hill and 650 at W. C, U. N. C, 
Greensboro, the programs at the two places run sharply parallel. 

Church attendance at both places averages better than 200 each Sunday. 
Membership in the church school is larger at College Place than at Chapel Hill, 
with 355 enrolled at the former and 7 5 at the latter. College Place has been 
compelled to give up its largest class room to students, and that is inadequate. 

Worship conducted by students is stressed at both places, with surprisingly 
gratifying participation by students. College Place has its Wesley Players, having 
connection with the National Societv of that name. Four plays a year, repeated 
in outlying churches on invitation, are undertaken by the Players. A social of 
some kind each month, a Wednesday afternoon "Friendly," special musical pro- 
grains and "teas and dinners" are popular at College Place. 

Chapel Hill features a Forum each week, at which Religion, economics, social 
.questions, personal problems, religious and moral aspects of political trends, 
alcohol, and other live questions are discussed under the guidance of professors, 
pastors, student leaders and invited speakers. 

Both programs stress visiting among students, Chapel Hill reporting 1,000 
visits to students and College Place special care for shut-ins and needy children 
in the communitv. 



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Posters and monthly bulletins are issued bv both organizations to an increas- 
ingly extended constituency. 

In both cases a special student worker is required. It is entirely obvious that 
the expense of the work is considerable, and must be met by liberal appropria- 
tions by the two Annual Conferences. 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, Chairman, 

W. A. STANBURY, Vice-Chairman, 
J. M. CULBRETH, Secretary. 



REPORT OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON COLLEGE 

PLACE METHODIST CHURCH TO THE WESTERN 

NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND 

THE NORTH CAROLINA ANNUAL CONFERENCE 

In consideration of the large Methodist enrollment of students in the Wo- 
man's College of the University of North Carolina, with all that such enrollment 
imposes in responsibility and privilege upon College Place Methodist Church, 
the Joint Committee on College Place Church requests the two North Carolina 
Annual Conferences to consider and approve the following recommendations: 

(1) That the two Annual Conferences undertake to raise the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars, first, to pay off the indebtedness of twenty-three thousand dollars 
which is now on College Place Church, and, thereafter, to make additional 
improvements to the present facilities, which are now greatly congested, with 
the provision that no debt is to be incurred on College Place Church during the 
proposed enlargement of the facilities. 

(2) That the pastor of College Place Church and his assistant be given the 
opportunity to solicit funds for this purpose throughout both Annual Conferences, 
and that all our pastors be urged to render every possible aid in the securing of 
this fund. 

(3) That the Boards of Missions in each Annual Conference make appropri- 
ations to the salary of an assistant pastor at College Place Church, for the period 
of one year, seven hundred dollars by the Western North Carolina Annual Con- 
ference and five hundred dollars by the North Carolina Annual Conference. 

(4) That both Annual Conferences join College Place Church in urging 
from the General Board of Church Extension a donation of ten thousand dollars 
to be used in cancelling the present indebtedness and in the enlargement of the 
plant. 

(5) That each annual Conference appoint a committee of three persons to 
work with a local committee of three persons from College Place Church in 
carrying out the above recommendations. 

(Signed) W. K. GREENE, Chairman, 
A. J. HOBBS, 
L. C. LARKIN, 

A. M. NOBLE, 

North Carolina Conference. 

(Signed) L. B. ABERNETHY, 

B. L. SMITH, 

W. A. LAMBETH, Secretary, 
Western N. C. Conference, 



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REPORT OF BOARD OF MANAGERS OF NORTH 
CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

The 193 8 Pastors' School, held at Duke University last June, was arranged 
to be held in one week rather than two. This shortened session made possible a 
large attendance and stimulated the universal approval of the administration of 
Duke University and all in attendance. The Rural Church Institute was held in 
connection with the Pastors' School. One of the popular courses was a non-credit 
unit taught by Dr. Edwin Minis. It is expected that the 1939 School will be 
planned according to the one-week arrangement. 

In the credit courses the following units of credit were earned: 

North Carolina Conference 54 

Western North Carolina Conference 40 

Ministerial Students 51 

Other Conferences and denominations 14 

Total number of credits . . . .' 159 

Members of the Board of Managers whose terms expire: 

North Carolina Conference: M. T. Plyler, R. W. Bradshaw, and E. C. Few. 
Western North Carolina Conference: E. K. McLarty, W. A. Kale, and W. W. 
Peele. 

The report of the Treasurer is attached. 

(Signed) M. T. PLYLER, President, 
W. A. KALE, Secretary. 



REPORT OF TREASURER, NORTH CAROLINA PASTORS' SCHOOL 

Balance in bank November 1, 1937 $ 523.20 

Received during the vear from participating Conference Boards 1,300.00 

Received from interest on bank deposit 13.39 

Total received for the year $1,836.59 

Cost of 1938 School ' 1,227.90 

Balance in Fidelity Bank, Durham, N. C, October 11, 193S $ 608.69 

In Bank: Savings $ 439.60 

Checking 169.09 



$ 608.69 
October 11, 1938. (Signed) LUTHER L. GOBBEL, Treasurer. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE 
RELATIONS 

Your Committee on Conference Relations recommend for superannuate re- 
lation: 

J. A. Baldwin, D. C. Ballard, H. K. Bover, A. R. Bell, J. H. Bradley, J. II. 
Brendall, G. C. Brinkman, P. H. Brittain, D. F. Carver, W. S. Cherry, M. B. 
Clegg, E. N. Crowder, J. M. Downum, R. P. Fikes, C. P. Goode, J. J. Gray, 
T. A. Groce, W. J. Hackney, G. D. Herman, G. A. B. Holderby, J. G. W. 
Hollowav, Parker Holmes, T. J. Houck, R. S. Howie, W. I. Hughes, T. C. 
Jordan, Brooks Jerome, J. C. Keever, J. W. Kennedy, D. A. Lewis, D. M. 



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Litaker, J. W. Long-, J. T. Mangum, T. B. Johnson, T. F. Marr, C. L. Mc- 
Cain, R. L. Melton, N. M. Modlin, Ebenezer Myers, J. B. Needham, Z. Paris, 
P. E. Parker, J. A. Peeler, T. A. Plyler, A. S. Raper," J. T. Ratledge, W. M. 
Robbins, O. P. Routh, T. J. Rogers, W. F. Sandford, W. L. Sherrill, C. M. 
Short, L. L. Smith, J. I. Spinks, J. T. Stover, A. R. Surratt, R. A. Swaringen, 
J. L. Teague, J. E. Thompson, S. B. Turrentine, J. C. Umberger, T. E. Wagg, 
D. P. Waters, J. H. West, E. K. Whidden, A. H. Whisner, B. Wilson, W. A. 
Wilson, E. E. Yates, anil B. A. York. 

(Signed) G. W. VICK, Chairman, 
G. E. WHITE, Secretary. 



REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT CONFERENCE 

RECORDS 

The Committee examined the District Conference Records from the Ashe vi lie, 
Charlotte, Gastonia, Greensboro, Marion, Salisbury, Statesville, Waynesville, and 
Winston-Salem Districts. The Asheville and Waynesville records were not signed 
by the Secretary, and the Salisbury records were not signed by the President. 

We recommend the use of the loose-leaf binder similar to the ones being 
used by a number of the Districts. When the loose-leaf binder is used it is 
suggested that the notes be typewritten. 

(Signed) R. C. GOFORTH, Chairman, 

WILSON O. WELDON, Secretary. 



REPORT OF THE DUKE FUND COMMISSION 

Contributions from the Duke Endowment to the North Carolina and Western 
North Carolina Conferences, November 1, 1937, through September 30, 1938: 

Church Building Fund: 

Number of appropriations 26 

Amount appropriated $30,010.00 

Church Maintenance Fund: 

Number of appropriations 14 + 

Amount appropriated $4 3,200.00 

Superannuate Fund: 

Number of appropriations 278 

Amount appropriated $26,000.00 



REPOR'F OF COMMISSION ON GENERAE 
INDEBTEDNESS 

Your Committee on General Indebtedness makes the following report of 
indebtedness on Church Properties for the year 193 7-1938, as follows: 

Indebtedness end last year $1,037,796.00 

Decreased during year 154,174.00 

Balance on old indebtedness 8 8 3,622.00 

Increased by new indebtedness 18,693.00 

Total present indebtedness 902,315.00 



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Indebtedness on Churches paid in full and dedicated during the year, as 
follows: 

District Churches District Churches 

Asheville 1 Marion 2 

Charlotte 1 Salisbury 3 

Ciastonia 3 Statesville 2 

Greensboro 6 Waynesville 2 

Total 20 Churches 

PRESENT OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS 

Reduction 

District 193 6-37 1 937-3 8 During Year 

Asheville $ 202,338.00 $179,150.00 $23,188.00 

Charlotte 438,255.00' 369,177.00 69,078.00 

Gastonia 98,157.00 85,939.00 12,218.00 

Greensboro .... 109,592.00 97,816.00 11,776.00 

Marion 30,970.00 28,013.00 2,957.00 

Salisbury 41,989.00 41,286.00 703.00 

Statesville 63,717.00 62,239.00 2,18 1.00 

Waynesville ' 1 1,096.00 1 1,500.00 +404.00 

Winston-Salem 41,682.00 27,195.00 14,487.00 

Totals $1,037,796.00 $902,315.00 $136,184.00 

FINANCIAL REPORT OF COMMISSION 

Balance in Bank October 2 0, 193 7 $127.07 

Disbursements: 

Stationery and Supplies $24.22 

Travel — E. A. Palmgren 1 6,59 

Telephone expense 2.80 43.6 1 

Balance in Bank October 2 0, 193 8 $ 8 3.46 

(Signed) D. B. McCRARV, Chairman, 

E. A. PALMGREN, Secretary-Treasurer. 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY MINUTES 

The annual meeting of the Historical Society of the Western North Carolina 
Conference was held in First Methodist Church, Charlotte, at 7:30 p. m., Wednes- 
day, October 19, 1938. Rev. W. L. Sherrill, member of the Executive Committee, 
presided. 

Rev. W. M. Curtis led the opening worship, including reading of Matthew 
7, singing of Hymn 2, "Come Thou Almighty King," and prayer. A special 
anthem, "Come, O Lord from on High," was sung by the choir of the Myers 
Park Methodist Church. 

The minutes of the previous year's session at Asheville were read and ap- 
proved. The Society instructed the chair to appoint a Committee on nominations 
of officers for the coming year. The Committee appointed consisted of J. P. 
Hipps, J. O. Ervin, and T. A. Groce. After consultation this Committee re- 
ported nominations as follows: for President, Rev. W. A. Jenkins j for Vice- 



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President, Rev. R. L. Ownbey; for Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. W. G. McFarland; 
for membership on the Executive Committee, Rev. W. L. Sherrill to succeed 
himself. The report was adopted by the Society, and the above named were 
declared elected. 

A most interesting' address on the "History of Methodism in Anson County" 
was presented by Dr. Norman A. Huffman. 

An offering amounting- to $10.60 was taken and paid the Advocate Publishing 
Company, of Greensboro, on account for printing-. 

The Society adjourned with the benediction by Brother Curtis. 

(Signed) W. L. SHERRILL, Chairman, 

W. G. McFARLAND, Secretary. 



MINUTES OF THE CONFERENCE BROTHERHOOD 

The Western North Carolina Conference Brotherhood met in thirtieth annual 
session in the First Methodist Church, Charlotte, N. C, October 20, 1938, at 
4:00 p. m., with the President, H. G. Allen, in the chair. The meeting was led 
in prayer by W. L. Sherrill. On motion, the reading of the minutes of the last 
annual session was dispensed with. The minutes of the meetings of the Executive 
Committee in Salisbury on December 7, 1937, and in Lexington on September 
27, 1938, were read, and on motion they were approved and their contents 
adopted. Two items from the second of the Executive Committee meetings were 
given special attention. The first was a motion "that the Lay Organization of 
the Western North Carolina Conference be asked to take over the work of the 
lay division of the Conference Brotherhood as one of its projects." 

The second item given special attention and adopted was the following resolu- 
tion : 

"WHEREAS, the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, the Methodist Episcopal 
Church, and the Methodist Protestant Church are moving toward a union which 
will in all probability be sonsummated within the next year, and bring together 
the members of these three churches in Western North Carolina; and 

"WHEREAS, the Western North Carolina Conference Brotherhood has for 
forty-five years performed an indispensable service in rendering aid when it is 
most needed to the widows and orphans of the clerical members who have died, 
and has demonstrated its right to a continued and strengthened existence in tin- 
united Methodist Church in Western North Carolina; 

"THEREFORE, be it RESOLVED: 

"First, that the President of the Brotherhood be authorized and empowered 
to appoint a Commission to be composed as follows: the President of the Brother- 
hood who shall serve as Chairman of the Commission, three other preachers and 
one layman from the Western North Carolina Conference Brotherhood, and one 
or more representatives each from the Methodist Episcopal and the Methodist 
Protestant Conferences in Western North Carolina. 

"Second, that the purpose of this Commission shall be to work out plans 
whereby the Brotherhood shall be strengthened, which plans shall cover the 
following points: 

"1. The incorporation of clerical members of the Methodist Episcopal and 
Methodist Protestant Conferences into membership in this Brotherhood. 

"2. The securing of more preachers as members from our own Conference, 
especially the younger men. 



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"3. The enlisting of large numbers of laymen of the United Methodist 
Conference as honorary members. 

"4. The working out of a plan for making- a provision for the dues of the 
superannuate clerical members." 

"Thinly that this Commission arrange to meet as soon as practicable after 
the Uniting Conference shall have completed its work, and that this Commission 
present its report at the regular session of the first united Methodist Annual 
Conference in Western North Carolina." 

The Secretary and Treasurer made the following report: six members of the 
Brotherhood died during the past year: Brothers B. F. Hargett, J. M. Folger, 
R. D. Sherrill, J. J. Edwards, E. P. Stabler, and J. W. Williams. On motion, the 
report was approved, and the Secretary and Treasurer instructed to include in 
the minutes published in the Conference Journal the financial situation at the 
close of Conference. (October 26, 1938: Each of the beneficiaries has been paid 
$1,200.00, and a balance of more than $700.00 remains in the active fund.) 

The meeting was thrown open for suggestions to the Commission authorized 
in the above resolution, and various members made suggestions. 

The President appointed the following Nominating Committee: C. S. Kirk- 
patrick, Reid Wall, T. V. Crouse, E. K. McLarty, and H. P. Powell. The Com- 
mittee retired, considered the nominations, and made the following report: For 
President, H. G. Allen; for Vice-President, R. C. Goforth ; for Secretary-Treas- 
urer, C. C. Herbert, Jr.; for Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, F. C. Smathers; for 
members of Executive Committee, C. M. Pickens, and the President of the 
Conference Board of Lay Activities. On motion, the report was adopted. 

T. J. Huggins moved that the amendment to the Constitution proposed by 
J. W. Moore and brought over for consideration from the meeting a year ago 
be dropped. The motion carried. 

The President declared the meeting adjourned. 

(Signed) H. G. ALLEN, President, 

C. C. HERBERT, JR., Secretary-Treasurer. 



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ROLL OF CLERICAL MEMBERS OF BROTHERHOOD 



J. E. Abernethy 
L. B. Abernethy 
G. G. Adams 
O. P. Ader 
W. T. Albright 
H. G. Allen 
J. H. Armbrust 
A. L. Aycock 

E. L. Bain 
J. O. Banks 
W. A. Barber 
J. H. Barnhardt 
J. W. Bennett 
E. H. Blackard 
H. K. Boyer 
J. H. Bradley 
J. M. Brandon 
E. H. Brendall 
J. H. Brendall 
G. C. Brinkman 
P. H. Brittain 
A. Burg-ess 

D. E. Camak 
J. H. Carper 

D. F. Carver 
W. S. Cherrv 
C. N. Clark' 
M. B. Clegg 
G. R. Combs 
J. W. Combs 

E. O. Cole 

L. W. Colson 
H. R. Cornelius 
R. M. Courtney 
J. O. Cox 
J. B. Craven 
T. V. Crouse 

E. N. Crowdcr 
O. E. Croy 

W. M. Curtis 

W. B. Davis 
P. T. Dixon 
J. M. Downum 

F. O. Drvman 

G. N. Dulin 
H. F. Duncan 

W. F. Elliott 



J. O. Ervin 
G. W. Fink 
T. B. Fitzgerald 
E. W. Fox 
H. C. Freeman 

P. N. Garber 
J. C. Gentry 
Albea Godbold 
R. C. Goforth 
C. P. Goode 
G. C. Graham 
J. J. Gray 
John H. Green 
Jos. M. Green 
j. W. Groce 
T. A. Groce 

W. J. Hackney 

E. J. Harbison 
R. M. Hardee 
Paul Hardin, Jr. 
W. R. Harris 
Van B. Harrison 
R. M. Hauss 

L. B. Hayes 
C. G. Hefner 

C. C. Herbert, Jr. 
G. D. Herman 

J. S. Hiatt 

T. S. Higgins 

J. E. Hipp 

J. P. Hipps 

G. A. B. Holderby 

J. G. W. Holloway 

Parker Holmes 

T. P. Hornbuckle 

T. H. Houck 

T. J. Houck 

J. E. B. Houser 

F. E. Howard 

D. V. Howell 
R. S. Howie 
R. T. Houts 
T. J. Huggins 
W. I. Hughes 
R. F. Huneycutt 
R. E. Hunt 

W. L. Hutchins 

J. L. Ingram 



W. A. Jenkins 
T. B. Johnson 
E. M. Jones 
O. J. Jones 
G. R. Jordan 
T. C. Jordan 

W. A. Kale 
T. C. Keever 
W. R. Kelly 
T. W. Kennedy 
C. H. King 
E. L. Kirk 

C. S. Kirkpatrick 

W. A. Lambeth 
A. L. Latham 

D. M. Litakcr 
J. W. Long 
A. A. Lyerly 

J. T. Mangum 
T. F. Marr 
R. L. Melton 
O. B. Mitchell 
N. M. Modlin 
J. W. Moore 
M. F. Moores 
J. P. Morris 
C. A. Morrison 
Ebenezer Myers 
C. L. McCain 
R. G. McClamrock 
W. G. McFarland 

C. M. McKinncy 

E. K. McLarty 

E. II . Nease 
J. B. Needham 
S. M. Needham 
W. A. Newell 

D. M. Nifong 

D. A. Oakley 
R. L. Ownbey 

Z. Paris 
J. W. Parker 
P. E. Parker 
R. J. Parker 
W. W. Peele 



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Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



J. A. Peeler 

C. M. Pickens 
A. W. Plyler 
H. L. Powell 
H. P. Powell 
F. J. Prettyman 

A. S. Raper 

W. M. Rathburn 

A. P. Ratledge 
J. T. Ratledge 

B. C. Reavis 
M. C. Reese 

J. L. Reynolds 

D. H. Rhinehart 
H. H. Robbins 
W. M. Robbins 
O. L. Robinson 
T. J. Rogers 

0. P. Routh 

C. E. Rozzelle 
C. W. Russell 

W. F. Sandford 

W. L. Scott 

J. W. Shackford 

1. L. Shaver 
W. L. Sherrill 
P. L. Shore 
C. M. Short 



F. C. Smathers 
J. L. Smith 

P. L. Smith 
R. A. Smith 
W. M. Smith 
J. I. Spinks 
H. C. Sprinkle 
H. C. Sprinkle, Ji 

G. A. Stamper 
W. A. Stanbury 
A. L. Stanford 
S. A. Stewart 
H. E. Stimson 
M. B. Stokes 

J. T. Stover 
L. F. Strader 
R. A. Swaringen 
A. C. Swofford 

T. B. Tabor 
C. F. Tate 
R. H. Taylor 
J. L. Teague 
R. B. Templeton 
J. E. Thompson 
L. D. Thompson 
W. B. Thompson 
A. C. Tippett 
S. B. Turrentine 
R. G. Tuttle 



J. C. Umberger 
J. F. Usrey 

J. M. Vainer 
R. M. Varner 
J. W. Vestal 
G. W. Vick 

T. E. Wagg 
Reid Wall 
R. E. Ward 
R. D. Ware 
J. R. Warren 

D. P. Waters 
C. C. Weaver 
H. M. Wellman 
J. H. West 

W. B. West 

E. K. Whidden 

A. H. Whisner 
G. L. Wilkinson 
J. G. Wilkinson 
C. E. Williams 
G. W. Williams 
W. A. Wilson 

T. N. Wise 
T. R. Wolfe 

E. E. Yates 

B. A. York 



VIII 

Church School Superintendents 



♦Indicates name of last year's Superintendent, this year's not known. 
ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 
Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Acton — Acton L. D. Thrash R. 3. Asheville 

Asburv J. W. Rutherford R. 2, Candler 

Oak Hill W. C. Daniels R. 3, Candler 

Sardis C. P. Shackford R. 2, Asheville 

Asheville — ■ 

Asbury Memorial C. L. Felmet R. 1, Asheville 

Biltmore A. C. Williams . Hendersonville Rd., Asheville 

Cencral C. E. Morgan Lakeview Park, Asheville 

Haywood Street H. A. Dunham . . 99 Merrimon Ave., Asheville 

Hillside Street A. H. Nance .... 112 Woodrow Ave., Asheville 

Oakley A. C. Reynolds Ridgecrest Rd., Biltmore 

West Asheville John M. Ehle . . 60 Dorchester Ave., Asheville 

Asheville Ct. — Elk Mountain J. P. Brown R. 1, Asheville 

Emma Mrs. David Carland R. 4, Asheville 

Riverview I. V. Roberts, Fairfax Ave., West Asheville 

Woodfin C. C. Williams R. 1, Asheville 

Bald Creek— Bald Creek . A. F. Hensley Bald Creek 

Boring's Chapel Clyde Duncan* R. 1, Burnsville 

Deyton Bend Gibson Deyton Green Mountain 

Elk Shoals Ernest Proffltt Cane River 

Black Mountain R. L. Woodard Black Mountain 

Burnsville — Concord W. J. Baker Star Route, Burnsville 

Higgins Memorial W. O. Griffith Burnsvilie 

Candler — Laurel Hill Mrs. Percy Brooks Candler 

Montmorenci Max D. Miller Candler 

Pisgah J. W. Rives Candler 

Pleasant Hill B. C. Hyatt Candler 

Snow Hill Floyd Robinson Candlei 

Fairview — Bethany Mrs. Cora Reed R. 1, Fletcher 

Fairview- Sharon Miss Martha Alexander R. 1, Fletcher 

Tweed's Chapel T. K. Riddle R. 1, Fletcher 

Flat Rock — Edneyville Sam Rhodes R. 2, Hendersonville 

Flat Rock I. E. Creech East Flat Rock 

Fruitland A. A. Prestwood R. 2, Hendersonville 

Moore's Grove Robert Johnson R. 2, Hendersonville 

Upward Frank B. Capps R. 1, Flat Rock 

Fletcher — Balfour F. R. Peeler Balfour 

Fletcher W. S. Burge R. 5, Hendersonville 

Skyland Miss Bonnie Lou Roberts, Bilt. Dairy, Biltmore 

Hendersonville A. R. Johnson, 728 Florida Av., Hendersonville 

Hot Springs — Antioch C. T. Lawson Hot Springs 

Fairview John Nix Hot Springs 

Hot Springs W. T. Davis Hot Springs 

Paint Rock Ray Ricker Paint Rock 

Laurel — Beech Glen Miss Jessie Metcalf Ivy 

Bright Hope Mrs. J. H. McGhee English 

Laurel Mrs. E. E. Bryan Faust 

Mount 1'leasant Milt English Flag Pond, Tenn. 

Leicester — Dix Creek S O. Wilde R. 4, Asheville 

Grace C. V. Hall Leicester 

Leicester J. M. Smith Leicester 

Marshall — Alexander Station Mrs. Etta Evans Alexander 

Flint Hill J. M. Woodson R. F. D., Alexander 

Marshall J. A. Dennis Marshall 

Walnut Mrs. A. R. McDevitt R. F. D., Marshall 

Micaville — Bakersville F. G. Brummitt Bakersville 

Celo H. E. Donaho Celo 

Martin's Chapel W. M. Young Newdale 

Oak Grove C. L. Slagle Toecane 

Windom Mrs. Mollie Hensley Windom 

Mills River — Avery's Creek S. E. Johnson Arden 

Horse Shoe M. E. Allen Horse Shoe 

Mills River H. C. Jones Horse Shoe 



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Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Saluda-Tryon — Saluda II. L. Capps Saluda 

Tryon C. H. Helms Tryon 

Sandy — Big- Sandy Raymond "Wells R. 2, Leicester 

Brick Church Walter Gillespie R. 2, Leicester 

Chestnut Grove Tonie C. Clark R. 2, Leicester 

Little Sandy B. Z. Reeves R. 2, Leicester 

Teague Chapel C. H. Reeves R. 2, Leicester 

Western Chapel Mrs. E. G. Roberson R. 1, Leicester 

Spruce Pine — Penland A. C. Tainter Penland 

Spruce Pine E. A. Scott Spruce Pine 

Swannanoa — Azalea Miss Mary Banner Azalea 

Bethesda Mrs. V. H. Buckner R. 2, Asheville 

Swannanoa 7. E. Plemmons Swannanoa 

Tabernacle H. D. Smith Black Mountain 

Weaverville L. P. Garrison Weaverville 

Weaverville Ct. . .Alexander's Ch. . . F. P. Rhymer . . . 110 Woodrow Ave., Asheville 

Pleasant Grove R. S. Parker Weaverville 

Salem C. E. Chambers Weaverville 

South Fork No church school 

CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 

Ansonville — Ansonville O. E. Ross Ansonville 

Cedar Hill Preston Springer R. 2, Wadesboro 

Concord Millard Howell R. 2, Wadesboro 

Bethel-Bogers — Bethel F. S. Morrison R. 1, Midland 

Bogers Chapel Miss Josie Dorton R. 4, Concord 

Charlotte — 

Belmont Park L. M. Smith 1511 Central Ave.. Charlotte 

Big Spring Warren Porter R. 4, Charlotte 

Brevard Street Geo. B. Livingstone, 1112 E. 10th St., Charlotte 

Calvary W. K. Price 2106 Sarah Marks, Charlotte 

Chadwick CD. Campbell . . Chad wick Station, Charlotte 

Dilworth J. L. Wolfe 808 E. Worthington, Charlotte 

Duncan Memorial A. A. Short .... 1218 N. Brevard St., Charlotte 

First Church E. R. Bucher Box 2179, Charlotte 

Hawthorne Lane W. H. Halliburton, 435 Beaumont, Charlotte 

Homestead-Pi. Gr. — Homestead . M. H. Love R. 5, Charlotte 

Pleasant Grove C. B. Smith R. 9, Charlotte 

Myers Park G. A. Westbrook, 1524 Queens Road, Charlotte 

Spencer Memorial John Mvers R. 8, Charlotte 

Wesley Heights C. M. Rogers 1527 W. Trade St., Charlotte 

Derita-Oakhurst— Derita M. L. Earg-le* R. 7, Charlotte 

Oak Hurst No Church School 

Hickory Grove G. O. Cook R. 8, Charlotte 

Lilesville — Forestville Mrs. John Spencer R. 1, Pee Dee 

Lilesville R. A. Taylor Lilesville 

Olivet T. A. Goodwin Lilesville 

Savannah Mrs. T. J. Ingram Lilesville 

Shady Grove Mrs. C. A. Boggan R. 1, Pee Dee 

Wade Mill R. M. Wilburn . . . Wade Mfg. Co., Wadesboro 

Marshville — Center Hoyle Hinson R. 3, Monroe 

Gilboa H. M. Green R. 3, Marshville 

Marshville Steve Marsh Marshville 

Oak Grove Glen Rushing R. 3, Monroe 

Smyrna R. L. Hinson R. 3, Monroe 

Wing-ate P. E. Green Wing-ate 

Matthews — Indian Trail V. A. Moore R. 2, Matthews 

Matthews H. W. Patrick R. 1, Matthews 

Monroe — ■ 

Central W. Z. Faulkner Houston St., Monroe 

North Monroe-Grace — Grace I. F. Davis R. 2, Monroe 

North Monroe J. D. Griffin , . . Box 187, Monroe 

Monroe Circuit — Bethel Archie Hargett R. 2, Monroe 

Mill Grove Arnold Foard R. 1, Indian Trail 

Union Grove W. R. Ormond R. 1, Indian Trail 

Unionville Miss Carrie Presson Unionville 

West Monroe William Rose R. 2, Monroe 

Zion D. K. Love R. 3, Monroe 

Morven — Morven R. B. Hardison Morven 

Pleasant Hill Floy Canipe R. F. D., Morven 

Sandy Plains T. S. Campbell . . R. F. D., Chesterfield, S. C. 

Shiloh Mrs. J. D. Ratlin: R. F. D., Morven 

Mount Zion— Huntersville H. E. Whitener Huntersville 

Mount Zion T. R. Readling- Cornelius 



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Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

New Hope-Bethel— Bethel F. H. Ratlin! R. 3, Wadesboro 

Long Pine Mrs. Lucile Leonard R. 2, Ruby, S. C. 

New Hope Miss Jessie Griggs R. 3, Wadesboro 

Union M. E. Lowery P^. 3, Wadesboro 

Peachland— Fountain Hill Creswell Edwards R. 1, Peachland 

Harmonv M. C. Phifer R. 1, Peachland 

Hopeweil J. R. Kiker R. 2, Polkton 

Mt. Moriah F. L. Kiker R. 2, Marshville 

Peachland J. T. Britt R. 2, Peachland 

Pineville — Harrison Phil Hawfleld R. 2, Pineville 

Marvin Clegg Vaughan, Havertv Furn. Co., Charlotte 

Pineville T. S. Ellington Pineville 

PoJkton — Mt. Vernon Mrs. John Porter R. 1, Wadesboro 

Polklon J. W. Cameron Polkton 

Poplar Hill S. B. Funderburke R. 1, Polkton 

Wightman T. A. Jones R. 2, Polkton 

Prospect — Bethlehem W. O. Starnes R. 4, Monroe 

Carmel T. J. W. Broorne R. 5, Monroe 

Midway Millon Pigg R. 2, Monroe 

Prospect M. D. Starnes R. 4, Monroe 

Trinity B. W. Laney R. 4, Monroe 

Thrift-Moores — Moores F. A. Wilkinson Grandin Rd., Charlotte 

Thrift Earl Hansell Paw Creek 

Trinity W. B. Elliott R. 9, Charlotte 

Wadesboro T. M. Little Wadesboro 

Waxhaw — Heath Memorial F. A. Niven R. 1, Waxhaw 

Mineral Springs T. H. Richardson Monroe 

Pleasant Grove R. O. Winchester R. 1, Waxhaw 

Waxhaw H. A. Privette Waxhaw 

Weddington — Bond's Grove Albert Lemmond R. 3, Waxhaw 

Hebron F. W. Eason R. 2, Waxhaw 

Union W. T. Shannon R. 2, Waxhaw 

Weddington W. E. Klutz R. 3, Matthews 

Wesley Chapel F. H. Hawfleld R. 2, Matthews 

GASTONIA DISTRICT 

Belmont — Main Street Mrs. C. R. McAdams Belmont 

Park Street Bill Cline Beimont 

Eelwood — David's Chapel J. T. Houser R. 2, Lawndale 

Double Shoals Clemmie Leadford R. 5, Shelby 

Fallston Evan Wilson R. 2, Lawndale 

Kadesh Oscar Hoyle R. 2, Lawndale 

Lawndale 

Palm Tree W. C Shuford R. 1, Lawndale 

St. Peters Floyd Holleman R. 3, Vale 

Bessemer City — Bessemer Caesar Ramsey Bessemer City 

Concord J. P. Mason Bessemer v_ity 

Boger City — Asbui y Earl Hovis Lincolnton 

Boger City G. B. Goodson Lincolnton 

Cherry ville — First Dr. E. S. Wehunt Cherryville 

Cherry ville Ct. — Bethlehem C. L. Eaker R. 1, Cherryville 

Beulah L. M. Wolfe R. 3, Kings Mountain 

Mary's Grove C. A. Self R. 3, Kings Mountain 

St. Paul Z. V. Harrelson R. 1, Cherryville 

Cramerton — Cramerton C. E. Mack Cramerton 

South Point F. E. Ellington R. 1, Belmont 

Crouse — Antioch Frank Mace R. 5. Lincolnton 

Crouse Lee Beattie Crouse 

Laboratory ' 'aul Allran R. 5, Lincolnton 

Lander's Chapel - . . . .P. A. Lynch R. 4, Lincolnton 

Pleasant Grove Marshall Brown Lincolnton 

Dallas — Dallas Lamont Erwin Dallas 

High Shoals L. H. Miller High Shoalls 

Puett's Chapel Baldwin Bessemer City 

Gastonia — 

Bradley Memorial Tom Plyler, Spurrier Grocery Co., Gastonia 

Myrtle Chapel D. H. Whitener, R. 1, Myrtle Mill, Gastonia 

East End H. L. Davidson Rhyne St., Gastonia 

Main Street Dr. C. H. Pugh Gastonia 

Maylo I. W. Lowe Ranlo Station, Gastonia 

Smyre L. H. Whitner Smyre Station, Gastonia 

Trinity Zay Davis Victory Station, Gastonia 

West End A. S. Fayssoux, 816 W. Rankin Ave., Gastonia 

Kings Mountain B. S. Peeler Kings Mountain 



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Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Lincolnton — First Church C. R. Jonas Main St., Lincolnton 

Lincoln Circuit — Ivey J. S. Kiser R. 3, Lincolnton 

Marvin F. A. Shuford R. 2, Lincolnton 

McKendree A. Y. McMurry R. 3, Lincolnton 

Pisgah D. C. Thornburg R. 4, Lincolnton 

Lowell — Bethesda K. L. Ford R. 1, Belmont 

Ebenezer G. W. Barnes Belmont 

Lowell W. H. Holmes Lowell 

McAdenville George Cavin McAdenville 

Lowesville Ct. — Hills Chapel E. C. Beaty R. 1, Stanley 

New Hope Glen Sigmon R. 1. Alexis 

Salem Arch Womack R. 1, Stanley 

Snow Hill J. A. Mcintosh R. 1, Stanley 

Mount Holly J. J. Holland Mount Holly 

Polkville — Casar F. M. Newton Casar 

Clover Hill W. C. Edwards Belwood 

Lee's Chapel Mrs. A. W. Whisnant Casar 

Mount Harmony Ivey W. Elliott Lawndale 

Polkville H. H. Palmer Lawndale 

Rehobeth William Jenkins R. 4, Shelby 

Rock Springs— Bethanv L. C. Sherrill R. 1, Sherrill's Ford 

Bethel O. F. Howard R. 1, Davidson 

Denver J. E. Ramsey Denver 

Lebanon W. C. Reynolds R. 1, Alexis 

Marvin 

Mount Pleasant A. W. Drum R. 1, Davidson 

Rehobeth D. L. Wilkinson R. 1, Sherrill's Ford 

Webb's Chapel Roan Sherrill R. 1, Davidson 

Shelby— 

Central E. O. McGowan Shelby 

Lafayette Street Carl Hugties R. 3, Shelby 

Shelby Circuit — Elbethel Z. F. Cranfor.d R. 2, Kings Mountain 

Pine Grove Hacket Byers R. 2, Blacksburg, S. C. 

Salem Fred Anthonv R. 2, Kings Mountain 

Sharon Carver Blanton R. 4, Shelby 

Sulphur Springs M. R. Biggers Patterson Springs 

South Fork— Bethel Manley White R. 1, Vale 

Ebenezer J. Z. Martin R. F. D., Connelly Springs 

Mt. Vernon M. L. Carpenter R. 2, Lincolnton 

Palm Tree A. B. Johnson R. 3, Vale 

Plateau D. F. Hood R. 1, Vale 

Russell's Chapel C. C. Dalton R. 1, Vale 

Wesley's Chapel Fred Phillips R. 1. Newton 

Zinn George N. Peeler R. 1, Lincolnton 

Stanley — Iron Station Mrs. Hattie Bridges Iron Station 

Stanley Powell Sherrill Stanley 

GREENSBORO DISTRICT 

Asheboro — First Church W. A. Underwood Ashoboro 

Asheboro Ct. — Cedar Falls R. T. Thorpe Cedar Falls 

Central Falls W. M. Harrell Central Falls 

Pisgah H. D. Slack Pisgah 

West Bend Walter Cox Asheboro 

West Chapel Joe Register R. 2, Asheboro 

Worthville N. E. Nelson Worthville 

( 'lileridge — Concord G. W. Allen Coleridge 

Maple Springs H. A. Needham Bennett 

Mount Olivet H. E. Teague SeagTOve 

Mount Zion T. Elwood Jones Bennett 

Rehobeth J. W. Dixon Ramseur 

I )raper W. J. Squires \ Draper 

Farmer — Center P. J. Russell Denton 

Eleazer Mrs. Nelse Luther Eleazer 

Farmer Mrs. J. R. Hammond Farmer 

Macedonia C. B. Harris Eldorado 

Mount Tabor Mrs. N. H. Prevost Jackson Creek 

New Hope Mrs. T. A. Southern Eldorado 

Oak Grove O. C. Cranford Farmer 

Salem Sam Arnold Farmer 

Union Mrs. M. W. Garner Farmer 

Gibsonville — Gibson viile Paul D. Wavnick Gibsonville 

Whitsett Miss Edith Hinshaw Whitsett 



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Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Greensboro — ■ 

Bessemer E. D. Grubb 721 Fifth Ave., Greensboro 

Bethel — Bethel Thos. C. Hoyle 2318 Walker Ave.. Greensboro 

Joyner Memorial Mrs. C. N. Clapp R. 1, Guilford College 

Mount Pisgah Earl A. Cain Box 637, R. 2, Greensboro 

St. Andrews L. L. Tucker R. 3, Greensboro 

Oarraway Memorial L. C. Amos Denim Station, Greensboro 

Centenary George H. Roach, 304 O'Connor St., Greensboro 

College Place F. M. Brown . . 324 S. Eugene St., Greensboro 

Glenwood T. E. Langley, . . 608 S. Elm St., Greensboro 

Eee's Chapel-Grace — Grace S. W. "Vaughn 7 Vine St., Greensboro 

Lee's Chapel Walker Scott R. 5, Brown Summit 

Proximity H. B. Ritter .... 46 Fairview St., Greensboro 

West Market Street Ben L. Smith .... 802 Cypress St., Greensboro 

West Greensboro — Friendship . . . .C. L. Knight R. 1, Guilford College 

Groomtown Dwight Davis R. 3, Greensboro 

Muir's Chapel C. R. Bird R. 1, Guilford College 

High Point — 

Calvary A. H. Holton Box 1451, High Point 

Highlands R. L. Proctor 321 Woodrow, High Point 

Main Street R. W. Sowers 603 Woodrow, High Point 

Ward St.-Archdale— Archdale . . . A. E. Williams R. 3, High Point 

Ward Street C. P. Evans R. 2, High Point 

Wesley Memorial W. B. Hall 901 Johnson St., High Point 

Jamestown-Oakdale — Jamestown . .R. E. Bundy Jamestown 

Oakdale J. M. Wagoner Jamestown 

Leaksville F. M. Flynn Leaksville 

Liberty — Bethany Charlie Butler Liberty 

Liberty T. R. Wall Liberty 

Randolph A. J. Lineberry Liberty 

Staley Perry Smith Liberty 

White's Chapel C. T. Kirkman R. 1, Liberty 

Madison T. J. Teague Madison 

Mount Pleasant J. G. Clapp R: 2, Greensboro 

Oak Ridge — Community R. L. Whitaker Oak Ridge 

Cottrell Memorial D. L. Wellons Oak Ridge 

Oak View H. J. Sink R. 1, High Point 

Pleasant Garden — Bethlehem G. C. Allred Climax 

Pleasant Garden C. T. Weatherly R. 1, Greensboro 

Rehobeth S. S. Clark R. 1, Greensboro 

Ramseur-Frank'ville — Frank'ville .J. T. Buie Franklinville 

Ramseur V. C. Marley Ramseur 

Randleman — Xaomi G. P. Upton Randleman 

Old Union C. L. Coggins 409 Jones St., High Point 

St. Paul A. M. Floyd Randleman 

Randolph — Ebenezer A. D. Grav R. 5, High Point 

Mount Gilead Enos Skeen R. 2. Trinity 

Mount Shepherd T. M. Morgan R. 2, Asheboro 

Mount Vernon C. W. Redding R. 2, Trinity 

Tabernacle Cicero Kindley R. 1, Trinity 

Reidsville — Main Street G. M. McWhorter, 25 Wentworth St., Reidsville 

Reidsville Ct.— Bethlehem T. A. Moore, Jr.* R. 3. Reidsville 

Lowe's Robert Stanfleld* R. 1, Reidsville 

Mount Carmel Osmond Gupton* Reidsville 

Salem Marcus Deal* Reidsville 

Wentworth Xo school 

Ruffin — Hickory Grove R. F. Hazelwood Ruffin 

Pelham T. C. Gibbs Pelham 

Ruffln T. W. Washburn Ruffin 

Spray r. T. Smith Spray 

Stokesdale — Eden P. R. Webster* R. 1, Stokesdale 

Glencoe Mary Frances Knight*, R. F. D., Summerfield 

Mount Carmel C. M. Cook* Belews Creek 

Mount Tabor Mrs. H. J. Gentry* R. 2, Stokesdale 

Mount Zion Joe Vaughan* R. 1, Stokesdale 

Stokesdale C. D. McCroin* R. 2, Stokesdale 

Stoneville-Mayodan — Centenary . . . Robert Tuttle Stoneville 

Matthew's Chapel .....* W. T. Hazelip Stoneville 

Mayodan S. L. Richardson Mayodan 

Price Mrs. Susie Fulcher Price 

Stoneville S. T. Hodgin Stoneville 

Summerfield — Center Henry Winchester, 419 X. Mendenhall, G'boro 

Gethsemane Horace Lee R. 2, Greensboro 

Morehead Oniel Jessup R. 1, Guilford College 

Summerfield C. C. Pierman Summerfield 



94 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Trinity — Fairview A. C. Meredith R, 1, Trinity 

Hopewell H. C. Royals Trinity 

Trinity C. A. Osborne R. 1, Trinity 

MARION DISTRICT 

Avery Ct. — Fairview R. B. Gadtly Plumtree 

Minneapolis Mrs. Foy Buchanan* Minneapolis 

Mount Zion Ulla R. Starr Kalmia 

Pine Grove R. L. Wiseman Kalmia 

Pisgah Gordon-Davenport Altamont 

Boone R. L. Clay Boone 

Bostic — Oak Grove .H. C. Jolley Ellenboro 

Salem Ernest Walker Bostie 

Broad River — Kistler's Chapel J. A. Owen R. 1, Rutherfordton 

Providence E. H. Smith R. 1, Forest City 

Tanner's Grove H. L. Daniel Forest City 

Wesley's Chapel \V. G. Harris Harris 

Cliffside-Avondale — Avondale V. M. Abernathv Avondale 

Cliff side H. C. Beatty Cliff side 

Connelly Springs — Bolinger's ChapelRev. G. B. Tomlinson Valdese 

Connelly Springs Edwin Perkins Connelly Springs 

Friendship Homer Childers R. 2, Connellv Springs 

Hildebran F. F. Cooke Hildebran 

Mount Harmony C. E. Moore Connelly Springs 

Elk Park— Banner Elk 

Cranberry 

Elk Park Mrs. Roy Harmon* Elk Park 

Montezuma 

Newland \V. A. Wall* Newland 

Forest City W. L. Smith Forest City 

Gilkey— Gilboa W. B. Callahan Ruth 

Gilkey Lowell Glover Gilkey 

Mount Hebron Ernest W. Ross Forest City 

Thermal City John Ryland R. 2, Union Mills 

Glen Alpine T. H. Giles Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel T. P. Marshall R. 2, Granite Falls 

Granite Falls W. L. Deal Granite Falls 

Henrietta — Alexander I. A. Johnson Forest City 

Caroleen R. R. Morgan Caroleen 

Henrietta O. J. Mooneyham Henrietta 

Hudson — Cedar Valley D. C. Flowers R. 2, Lenoir 

Colliers Ben Abernethy R. 2, Lenoir 

Ebenezer U. S. Spencer R. 1, Granite Falls 

Hudson 1. T. Hickman Hudson 

Mount Hermon Andrew Haas Hudson 

Lenoir — First Church D. Talmadge Smith Lenoir 

Lenoir Circuit — Gamewell R. A. Setzer R. 4, Lenoir 

Littlejohn's Reese Corpening R. 4, Lenoir 

Olivet Gwyn Warren '■ R. 4, Lenoir 

South Lenoir John Oakley Lenoir 

Linville Falls — Concord T. M. Lonon Ashford 

Jonas Ridge W. M. Shuffler Jonas Ridge 

Linville Falls Gurney Franklin Linville Falls 

North Catawba Mrs. John McBee R. 3, Marion 

Marion — 

First Church J. H. Tate Marion 

Cross Mill — Capernaum Fuce Hughes* Clinchfleld, Marioi 

Cross Mill Ray Murray West Marion 

Marion Mills — ClincMeld T. C. Burnett R. 1, Marion 

East Marion Winfleld Wall* East Marion 

Marion Ct. — Glenwood W. C. Newton Nealsville 

Murphy's Chapel G. C. Conley Marion 

Pleasant Grove Mrs. W. M. Wilson R. 2, Marion 

Pleasant Hill J. W. Parker R. 1, Marion 

Providence Grayson Snypes R. 1, Marion 

McDowell — Bethel Mrs. C. B. Queen R. 1, Morganton 

Xebo Leonard Huggins Nebo 

Pinnacle Mrs. J. S. Crawley R. 1, Nebo 

Snow Hill C. F. McKee R. 1, Morganton 

Trinity T. C. Goforth R. 1, Nebo 

Mill Spring — Bethlehem Mrs. Frank Edwards R. 1. Tryon 

Gray's Chapel P. W. Moore R. 2, Rutherfordton 

Lebanon Quincy Powell R. 1, Mill Spring 

Maness Chapel 

New Hope W. A. Green R. 1, Chesnee, S. C. 



Western North Carolina Conference 95 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Morganton — 

First Church Lawrence Crouch Morganton 

North Forest — North Morganton . J. P. McNeely Morganton 

Oak Forest R. I. Bush Burkemont Ave., Morganton 

Morganton Ct. — Bethel L. Milton Hauser R. 4, Morganton 

Bethlehem J. B. Cooper Valdese 

Denton Chapel Mrs. Delia Bollinger R. 1, Morganton 

Mount Pleasant Miss Rata Throneberg R. 3, Morganton 

Salem E. C. Roper R. 1, Morganton 

Zion L. H. McNeely R. 2, Morganton 

Old Fort Station Mrs. W. E. Teague Old Fort 

Old Fort Ct.— Bethel I. L. Pyatt Old Fort 

Bethlehem E. T. Burgin Old Fort 

Carson's Chapel Miss Dorothy Schism R. 2, Marion 

Ebenezer Mrs. William Tisdale Old Fort 

Piney Grove B. H. Carver Old Fort 

Pleasant Grove Miss Ozelle Moore R. 2, Forest City 

Ruth. Col. — Abernethy Memorial . . .L. C. Cornwell Rutherford College 

Rutherfordton G. A. Hines Rutherford ton 

Spindale Glenn James Spindale 

Sunshine — Cedar Grove George Robertson R. 1, Bostic 

Centennial Pink Young R. F. D., Rutherfordton 

Hollis Miss Juanita Whisnant R. 1, Ellenboro 

Hopewell Miss Beulah Edwards R. 1. Ellenboro 

Pisgah Melvin Hutchins R. 2, Rutherfordton 

Table Rock — Arney's R. A. Moore Perkinsville 

Fairview Mrs. Peal Claer Joy 

Linville Cynthia Park R. 2, Morganton 

Mountain Grove A. P. McGimsey Table Rock 

Oak Hill C. L. Winters R. 2, Morganton 

Valdese — Valdese Gilmer Lowman Connelly Springs 

Warlick's Chapel Wayne Lowman* Connelly Springs 

Watauga — Henson's Chapel J. B. Horton Vilas 

Mabel Harvie Combs Mabel 

Valle Crucis I. M. Shull Valle Crucis 

Whitnel — Harper's Chapel Miss Bertha Steel R. 1, Patterson 

Mount Zion J. R. Moore R. 2, Lenoir 

Whitnel G. C. Starr, Jr Whitnel 

SALISBURY DISTRICT 

Advance — Advance F. J. Felker Advance 

Bailey's Chapel L. P. Waller R. 1, Advance 

Cornatzer George McDaniel R. 3, Mocks ville 

Fulton W. R. Graver R. 1, Advance 

Mocks Willie Phelps R. 1, Advance 

Albemarle — 

Central R. A. Elder Albemarle 

First Street R. L. Kiser R. F. D., Albemarle 

Tabernacle — Bethel Virgil Moss R. F. D., New London 

Tabernacle T. A. Still Albemarle 

Albemarle Ct. — Bethany R. A. Huneycutt New London 

Love's Chapel Bill Hartsell Fink St., Concord 

Oakboro Lewis Barnhardt Oakboro 

Pine Grove Frank Hartsell Albemarle 

Stony Hill R. J. Shaver R. 2, Albemarle 

Union Chapel E. D. Chandler Albemarle 

Badin-New London — Badin f. F. Clark Badin 

New London J. W. Ivey New London 

China Grove F. A. Sides China Grove 

Concord — ■ 

Central Dr. T. M. Rowlctt . . 26 E. Marsh St., Concor.'i 

Epworth T. T. Williams 234 Elm St., Concord 

Forest Hill S. J. Sherrill 311 Liberty St., Concord 

Harmony C. R. Eagle R. 3, Concord 

Kerr Street R. W. Caton 130 Cedar St., Concord 

Rocky Ridge— Mt. Carmel C. E. Cook 195 E. Depot St., Concord 

Rocky Ridge L. L. Stough 221 Simpson St., Concord 

Westford T. M. Talbert West Depot St., Concord 

Cooleemee T. G. Cranford Box 116, Cooleemee 

Davie — Center George Evans R. 1, Mocksville 

Concord S. D. Daniels R. 4, Mocksville 

Hardison S. M. Dwiggins R. 4, Mocksville 

Liberty Paul Carter Cooleemee 

Oak Grove Ernie Foster Mocksville 

Salem T. G. Cartner R. 4, Mocksville 



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Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

10. Spencer- Yadkin — East Spencer .H. Q. Sides East Spencer 

Yadkin H. G. Young' Salisbury 

Farming-ton — Bethlehem Robert Smith Mocksville 

Farmington W. B. Smith Farming-ton 

Hunts ville Miss Maude Brewbaker R. 1, Cana 

Smith Grove W. R. Beeding R. 3, Mocksville 

Wesley Chapel John G. Ward R. 2, Mocksville 

Gold U ill— Bethlehem Glenn Culp Gold Hill 

Gold Hill Mrs. O. F. Yelton* Gold Hill 

Liberty C. G. Frick Gold Hill 

Rockwell J. A. Dabbs Rockwell 

Granite Quarry — Bethel Mrs. C. M. Grant R. 4, Salisbury 

Mount Tabor L. O. Beck R. 1, Salisbury 

Providence J. J. Kepley R. 5, Salisbury 

Rock's Grove J. A. Dabbs R. 2, Rockwell 

Shiloh H. S. Melton Granite Quarry 

Kannapolis — ■ 

Jackson Park . . .William J. Clayton . . Mable Ave., Kannapolis 

Midway 

Trinity R. M. Cochran Box 491, Kannapolis 

Kannapolis Ct. — Bethpage R. D. Clawson R. 2, Kannapolis 

Mount Mitchell V. R. Christy R. 1, Kannapolis 

Shiloh O. D. Benson Kannapolis 

Eandis — Landis Hugh Dial Landis 

Oak Grove L. A. Bostian R. 1, China Grove 

Unity Brooks Edwards R. 2, Concord 

Mocksville P. J. Johnson Mocksville 

Mount Olivet H. A. Scott Kannapolis 

Mount Pleasant— Center Grove L.. Z. Shinn R. 1, Stanfleld 

Cold Springs S. R. McEachern Mount Pleasant 

Friendship J. T. Hudson R. 4, Concord 

Mount Pleasant C. H. Thaver Mount Pleasant 

St. Pauls R. L. Hartsell R. 4, Concord 

Norwood Dr. T. A. Hathcock Norwood 

Norwood Ct. — Cedar Grove Miss Leitha McSwain R. 1, Norwood 

Green Memorial C. B. Mabry R. 1, Norwood 

Mount Zion Julius Hathcock R. 1, Norwood 

Randall Crowell Blalock R. 1, Norwood 

Rehobeth J. G. Hamilton R. 1, Norwood 

Pfeiffer— Matton's Grove Carl Sells Misenheimer 

Misenheimer Mabel Edgerton Misenheimer 

Mount Tabor W. H. Rogers Richfield 

Richfield Alton Crowell Richfield 

Wesley Chapel Glenn Barringer Misenheimer 

Zion Fred Arey Gold Hill 

Salem— Oak Grove George Eurv Mount Pleasant 

Salem Cecil Lowder Albemarle 

Salisbury — 

First Church T. F. Harrelson . . Duke Power Co., Salisbury 

Coburn Memorial Dr. S. O. Holland. 524 Mitchell Ave., Salisbury 

Park Avenue G. Q. Miller, 130 W. Henderson St., Salisbury 

Main St. -Rowan— Main St Tohn Barber 1400 N. Main St., Salisbury 

Rowan D. F. Fisher R. 2, Salisbury 

Spencer — Central M. L. Kiser Spencer 

Woodleaf— Gav's Chapel C. B. Satterwhite Salisbury 

South River J. H. Steele R. 2, Cleveland 

Woodleaf Mrs. C. F. Robb R. 1 . Woodleaf 

STATESVILLE DISTRICT 

Balls Creek— Center T. A. Bandy R. 2, Catawba 

Friendship W. C. Brotherton R. 2. Newton 

Mountain View George Jones R. 1, Claremont 

Pisgah D. E. Drum -. R. 2, Catawba 

St. Paul C. L. Davis R. 2, Maiden 

Bethel-Fairgrove— Bethel I. Park Whitner R. 3, Hickory 

Fairgrove Ralph Sigmon R. 2, Newton 

Catawba — Bethlehem Conner Frazier Claremont 

Catawba William Musgrave Catawba 

Concord Donald M. Rowe Long Island 

Hopewell Alva Martin R. F. D., Catawba 

( 'ool Spring — Cool Spring Duran Campbell R. 4, Statesville 

Clarksburv J. W. Elam R. 4, Statesville 

New Salem Ramon Mays R. 4, Statesville 

Providence Roy Lazenby R. 4, Statesville 

Rose Chapel Eugene Harmon R. 4, Statesville 



Western North Carolina Conference 97 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Creston — Big- Laurel Mrs. Bruce Graybeal R. 1, Fig 

Big- Laurel (M. E) 

Creston M. H. Filer Creston 

Fig 

Little Laurel 

Peak Grove C. W. Brown R. 1, Creston 

Pleasant Hill 

Riverview H. Brown Fig- 
Roaring Fork 

Sutherland Cardie Aggers R. 1, Creston 

Davidson-Fairview — Davidson M. H. Goodrum Davidson 

Fairview Henry M. Kelly R. 1, Mooresville 

Flkin J. A. Abernethy Elkin 

Elmwood — Cleveland George Bame Barber 

Ebenezer J. A. Dagenhart R. 1, Mt. Ulla 

Elmwood J. W. Atwell Elmwood 

Knox Chapel E. R. McNeelly R. 2, Cleveland 

Green Valley — Green Valley 

Laurel Springs 

Martin's Chapel 

Mountain Wiew Murphy Roark R. 1, Creston 

Rock Creek 

Roundabout 

Snider's Chapel 

Thomas Chapel H. H. Osborne R. 1, Trade, Tenn. 

Helton-Lansing- — Baldwin C. M. Dickson Silas Creek 

Bethel 

Fairview 

Grassy Creek E. R. Duvall Grassy Creek 

Green's Chapel 

Greenwood Eugene Waddell Grassy Creek 

Grier's Chapel 

Healing Springs R. E. L. Plummer* Grumpier 

Helton J. E. Roe SturgilLs 

Lansing VV. A. Graybeal Lansing 

Lansing (M. E.) 

Walnut Grove • 

Hickory- 
First Church G. F. Ivey Hickory 

Highlands-Rhodhiss— Highlands W. M. Jones R. 3, Hickory 

Rhodhiss J. P. Cline Rhodhiss 

West View Lenoir Correll Hickory 

Hiddenite — Beulah 

Center Paschal Waugh* R. 1, Hiddenite 

Hiddenite Conway Sharpe* Taylorsville 

Liberty 

Pisgah Jim White* R. 2, Hiddenite 

Rocky Springs 

Jefferson — Bethany G. W. Edwards West Jefferson 

Jefferson W. H. Worth Jefferson 

Orion Lynch Colvard Jefferson 

Zion Clyde Houck Todd 

Jonesville — Boyd's Chapel Charlie Calloway R. F. D., Thurman 

Ebenezer Miss Maurine Guyas R. F. D., Elkin 

Grassy Creek Joe Dobson R. F. D., Elkin 

Hane's Grove W. F. Dickerson R. F. D., Hamptonville 

Jonesville R. G. Boles Jonesville 

Longtown Frank Shore R. F. D., Yadkinville 

Maple Springs Mrs. Silas Poplin R. F. D., Ronda 

Ronda W. E. Sale R. F. D., Ronda 

Laurel Springs — Belmont D. A. Perkins Nathan's Creek 

Chestnut Hill Mrs. Ivey Bell Grumpier 

Laurel Springs E. J. Pugh Laurel Springs 

Mount Zion Lee Black Piney Creek 

Nathan's Creek Mrs. Kate Dixon Nathan's Creek 

Transou W. B. Scarborough Transou 

Maiden — Maiden R. P. P. Wilkinson Maiden 

May's Chapel W. B. Murray Maiden 

Mooresville — ■ 

Broad Street P. B. Morrow ... 508 E. Main St., Mooresville 

Central R. W. Troutman N. Main St., Mooresville 

Jones Memorial W. B. Overcash China Grove 

Mooresville Ct. — Centenary I. L. Plyler R. 1, Mooresville 

Triplett O. M. Edwards Mt. Ulla 



98 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 

Charger Church School Superintendent Address 

Moravian Falls — Adley Mrs. Louise Alexander Wilkesboro 

Beulah W. R. Hubbard Moravian .Kails 

Charity G. C. McGlammery Miller's Creek 

Ferguson C. E. Johnston Ferguson 

Lebanon Mrs. R. G. Ferguson Goshen 

Miller's Creek Ghas. Bumgarner Miller's Creek 

Moriah's Chapel Miss Rose Davis R. 1, Lenoir 

Newton Floyd Price Rankin Ave,, Newton 

North Wilkesboro Dr. A. S. Cassell North Wilkesboro 

Olin — Macedonia R. L. Alexander Harmony 

Moss 

Mount Bethel Miss Janie Thomas Harmony 

Olin C. A. Vanstory Charles 

Snow Creek L. A. Boggs R. 5, Statesville 

Turnersburg 

Shepherds — Rocky Mount .Mrs. J. A. Collins R. 1, Troutman 

Vanderburg L. L. Sherrill R. 2, Mooresviile 

Wesley Chapel D. F. Simpson R. 1, Troutman 

South Iredell — McKendree E. O. Hagar R. 2, Mooresviile 

Williamson's Elmer Howard R. 1, Davidson 

Sparta — Cox's Chapel J. R. Walls Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Gentry Chapel Miss Jettie Joines Edwards Cross Koads 

Piney Creek Mrs. Grover Enopier Piney Creek 

Potato Creek Mrs. Nannie Williams . Mouth of Wilson, Va. 

Shiloh Joe Finney Piney Creek 

Sparta C. R. Roe Sparta 

Walnut Branch Hobart Crouse Piney Creek 

Statesville — 

Broad Street C. Ralph Sloan Statesville 

Race Street J. R. Rives 634 Sharpe St., Statesville 

Statesville Ct. — Bethel A. R. Miller Claremont 

Bethlehem Willie Sherrill R. 6. Statesville 

Chapel Hill Minor Lentz R. 1, Statesville 

Midway Russell Douglas R. 6, Statesville 

Shiloh Vestal Lanier R. 1, Statesville 

Trinity David Massey R. 2, Statesville 

Stony Point Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt Stony Point 

Taylorsville — Carson's Clifford Marshall R. F. D., Taylorsville 

Marvin Mrs. Frances Stevenson, R. F. D., Stony .Point 

Taylorsville C. B. Rich Taylorsville 

Todd — Blackburn's E. E. Houck 'Todd 

Calvary H. H. Lemly Deep Gap 

Cranberry Mrs. Conrad Yates Brown wood 

Fairview Hoy Norris R. 1, .Boone 

Hopewell Waldo Tugman Boone 

Pine Swamp G. G. Owen Idlewild 

Pleasant Valley O. G. Winebarger Meat Camp 

Troutman — St. John's Hoyle Ostwalt R. 1, Troutman 

Troutman Guy Matheson Troutman 

Warrensville — Ashley D. D. Weaver Amy 

Clifton Miss Irene Eller Clifton 

Copeland 

Mill Creek Frank Tucker Clifton 

Rich Hill 

Smethport Henry Lewis Smetnpor t 

Warrensville W. H. Jones Warrensville 

West Jefferson Glen Graybeal West Jefferson 

Wilkesboro^Roaring River • C. W. Scroggs Roaring River 

Union C. W. Mahaff ey Cricket 

Wilkesboro T. R. Henderson Wilkesboro 

WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 

Andrews J. M. Boone i Andrews 

Bethel— Bethel Charles Osborne R. 2, Canton 

Pisgali Ira H. Cogburn R. 2, Canton 

Riverside No church school 

Brevard J. E. Rufty Brevard 

Brevard Ct. — East Fork No church school 

Lake Toxaway W. H. Arrowood Lake Toxaway 

Oak Grove Prof. C. H. Trowbridge Brevard 

Rosman J. E. White Bosnian 

Selica W. R. Breedlove R. F. D., Brevard 

Wolf Mountain R. T. Allison Wolf Mountain 

Bryson City W. B. Nesbit Bryson City 



Western North Carolina Conference 99 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Canton G. C. Suttles Canton 

Clyde— Clark's Chapel Hershell Hipps R. 1, Canton 

Clyde R. C Cannon Clyde 

Harmony Jess Willis Canton 

Liberty Andy Worley R. 1, Canton 

Crabtree — Crabtree L. O. Ferguson R. 1, Clyde 

Davis H. L. Brown R. 2, Waynesville 

Fineher's Glen Terrell R. 2, Waynesville 

Mount Zion John Rogers R. 1, Clyde 

Cullowhee David Brown Cullowhee 

Dellwood — Balsam Mrs. D. T. Knight Balsam 

Dellwood J. J. Carpenter" R. 2, Waynesville 

Elizabeth Chapel I. B. Swavngim R. 1, Waynesville 

Maple Grove Hardy Liner R. 2, Waynesville 

Fines Creek — Baldings Chapel John Balding Joe 

Catalooche 

Fines Creek Miss Mildred Rogers R. 1, Clyde 

Laurel Hill C. B. McCrarv R. 1, Clyde 

Pine Grove Curtis Rogers R. 1> Clyde 

Spring Creek H. S. Davis Spring Creek 

Franklin Dr. W. E. Furr Franklin 

Franklin Ct.- — Bethel Mrs. W. P. Peek Franklin 

Clark's Chapel Charlie Rogers R. 2, Franklin 

Totla R. L. Poindexter Franklin 

Salem Mrs. Ethel Bryson Cullasaja 

Snow Hill Carl Sorrells West's Mills 

Hayesville — Bethel Neal Rogers Shooting Creek 

Brasstown Mrs. Edith Hall Brasstown 

Hayesville G. H. Haigler Hayesville 

Bedford's Chapel Van Ledford R. F. D., Hayesville 

Myer's Chapel Cline MeClure R. F. D., Hayesville 

Oak Forest I. M. Coleman R. F. D. ( Hayesville 

Sweet Water W. M. Carter R. F. D., Hayesville 

Tusquittee Frank Moore R. F. D., Hayesville 

Highlands — Cashiers T. A. Dillard Cashiers 

Clear Creek Mrs. Ed Pickleseimer Highlands 

Glenville J. M. Cunningham* Glenville 

Highlands W. S. Davis Highlands 

Horse Cove M. Edwards* Highlands 

Norton t_,_ McGuire Norton 

Pine Creek Hyatt Moody Pine Creek 

Jonathan— Hemphill L M. Owens R- 2, Waynesville 

Shady Grove Glen A. Boyd R. 2, Waynesville 

Junaluska— Long's Chapel R. H. Terrell R. 2, Waynesville 

Macon — Asburv fhas. Moff itt* UUo 

Dryman's Chapel Earl Cabe* R. 2, Franklin 

Maiden's Chapel Miss Nannie Roane* R. 1. Franklin 

Mount Zion Mrs. J. H. Slagle* R. 1, Franklm 

Mulberrv Marvin Howard* R. 1. Dillard, Ga. 

Patton's Chapel Roy Mashburn* R. 1, Franklin 

Union Frank Fleming* R. 2, Franklin 

Murphy Dale Lee Murphy 

Murphy Ct.— Bellview T. W. Hatchett* R. 2, Murphy 

Martin's Creek Mrs. Lon Stallcup* R. 2, Murphy 

Ogden Miss Christine Anderson* Brasstown 

Peachtree W. A. Boyd* R. 1, Murphy 

Ranger Fred Kilpatrick* R. 2, Murphy 

Tomotla Atkins Keener* Tomotla 

Robbinsville— Judson H. C. Enloe* Judson 

Maple Springs Oscar Saunders Almond 

Robbinsville T J. Snider Robbinsville 

Topton E. B. King Topton 

Sylva— Dillsboro M. B. Cannon* Dillsboro 

Sylva T. C. Allison Sylva 

Waynesville Hugh Sloan Waynesville 

Webster — East Laport T. F. Robbins East Laport 

John's Creek " R. S. Green Cowarts 

Love Chapel Charles Guinn Sylva 

Speedwell Bo Bumgardner Speedwell 

Webster L. H. Cannon Webster 

Wesleyana Garland Buchanan Gay 

Whittier— Echota Tulius Tavlor R. 1, Whittier 

Ela G. L. Crawford R. 1, Bryson City 

Olivet L. A. Hipps R. 1, Whittier 

Shoal Creek J. E. Freeman Cherokee 

Whittier W. G. Stallcup Whittier 



100 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 

WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Ararat— Carter's Chapel M. H. Hooker R. 1, The Hollow Va. 

Chestnut Grove M. E. Hiatt R. 1, The Hollow, Va. 

Hatcher's Chapel L. P. Overby R. 1, Brim, Va. 

Hunter's Chapel Mrs. D. II. Gates R. 1. The Hollow, Va. 

Mount Herman Miss Emma King' R. 2, Mt. Airy 

Danbury— Rothesda J. F. Rothrock R. 2, Madison 

Banbury J. R. Leake Danbury 

Davis Chapel W. J. Adkins R. 2, Walnut Cove 

Forest Chapel Mrs. Charlote Terrey Walnut Cove 

Pine Hall Mis. T. D. Preston Pine Hall 

Davidson — Arcadia L. O. Hartman R. 2, Clemmons 

Centenary J. E. Brewer R. 1, Clemmons 

Good Hope Raymond Hill R. 4, Lexington 

Mount Olivet Clyde Zimmerman R. 4, Lexington 

Denton— Clarksbury H. M. Fritts R. 2, Lexington 

Denton Baxter Carter Denton 

Jackson Hill Lee Smith Denton 

Newsom B. C. Stokes Newsom 

Pleasant Grove C. L. Holton Trinity 

Siloam Forest Holton Denton 

Dobson — Dobson E. M. Bryant Dobson 

Pleasant Ridge Mrs. Ettye Parks R. 1, Elkin 

Rockford W. L. Rummley R. 2, Rockford 

Siloam Mrs. J. R. Marion Siloam 

Stony Knoll Dallas Coe Star Route, Rockford 

Doubs— Brookstown .J. R. Sherrill R. 1, Pfafftown 

Doubs Miss Jeannette Doub R. 1, Tobaccoville 

New Hope C. C. Ausband Box 401, Winston-Salem 

Forsyth — Marvin Chapel C. C. Armfleld R. 3. Winston-Salem 

Mount Tabor A. V. Petree R. 2, Winston-Salem 

Pine Grove J. C. Brewer R. 2, Winston-Salem 

Hanes — Bethel Clyde W, Snider R. 2, Winston-Salem 

Clemmons G. K. Foster R. 2, Winston-Salem 

Hanes J. M. Wood Hanes 

Kernersvville — Kernersville H. D. Stafford Kernersville 

Shady Grove Barney Clodfelter R. 5, Winston-Salem 

Lewisville — Concord Ernest Doub R. 1, Clemmons 

Lewisville C. M. Lasley R. 1, Clemmons 

Sharon T. G. Trivette R. 1, Winston-Salem 

Union Ray Wall R. 1, Lewisville 

Lexington — 

Erlanger — Ebenezer Marshall Koontz R. 4, Lexington 

Erlanger O. J. Marlev Lexington 

Yadkin College A. M. Brooks Yadkin College 

First Church J. F. Spruill W. 2nd Ave., Lexington 

Linwood — Cotton Grove Clarence Sink Lexington 

Linwood D. G. Wilson R. 1. Linwood 

Macedonia R. J. Crowell Southmont 

Tyro H. G. Michael R. 1, Linwood 

Mount Airy — 

Central Robert M. Smith Mount Airy 

Rockford Street W. R. Kiger Bannertown, Mount Airy 

Mount Airy Ct.— Beulah J. C. Richards R. 3, Mount Airy 

Epworth S. M. Westmoreland R. 5, Mount Airy 

Imogene D. C. Carson R. 3, Mount Airy 

New Hebron H. A. Johnson* R. 3, Mount Airy 

Oak Grove G C. Houser R. 1, Mount Airy 

Pleasant View W. D. Wall R. 2, Mount Airy 

Salem E. L. Brown R. 5, Mount Airy 

Zion Tubus Miller R. 6, Mount Airy 

Pilot Mountain— Chestnut Grove . . .S. F. Edwards R. F. D., King 

Fairview .Paul Marion .'. . R. F. D., Pinnacle 

New Hope A. M. Needham R. F. D., Mount Airy 

Pilot Mountain ,P E. Simmons Pilot Mountain 

Pinnacle R. V. Wall Pinnacle 

Whitakers 

Reeds — Bunker Hill L. A. Stafford R. 1, Kernersville 

Reeds Dr. F. L. Mock R. 3, Lexington 

Rural Hall — Antioch Frank Slroupe Tobaccoville 

Bethel S. A. Merritt Rural Hall 

Germanton I. C. Carson Germanton 

Mount Pleasant J. W. Mickey Tobaccoville 

Rural Hall C. R. Payne Rural Hall 

Trinity W. D. Thomas Tobaccoville 



Western North Carolina Conference 101 

Charge Church School Superintendent Address 

Sandy Ridge— Delta Rev. I. J. Terrell R. 1, Sandy Ridge 

Mount Herman W. J. Manuel R. 1, Madison 

Mount Zion D. W. Smith R. 1, Price 

Sandy Ridge W. W. Dodson Sandy Ridge 

Snow Hill C. A. Wall R. 1, Madison 

Thomasville — ■ 

Main Street C. F. Lambeth Thomasville 

Trinity-Bethel— Bethel G. O. Baity R. 2, Thomasville 

Johnson Town Lester Tvsinger R. 2, Thomasville 

Trinity W. H. Morgan Box 293, Thomasville 

Thomasville Ct. — Fair Grove J. H. Fritts R. 2, Thomasville 

Fairview R. E. Motsinger R. 1, Thomasville 

Pinewoods M. W. Veach R. 1, Thomasville 

Pleasant Hill E. T. Kearns, Jr R. 2, Thomasville 

Prospect M. G. Maner Thomasville 

Unity A. L. Stone Thomasville 

Walkertown — Love's Chapel , .P. Frank Hanes Walkertown 

Walnut Cove — Bethlehem A. A. Bowman R. 2, Walnut Cove 

Palmyra C. R. Blaylock R. 1, Walnut Cove 

St. Marks John Clemmons Walkertown 

Stokesburg J. W. Hutchison Walnut Cove 

Welcome — Center Faxter Bates R. 4, Lexington 

Midway .C. L. Fishel R. 1, Lexington 

New Mt. Vernon Ivey Yokley R. 5, Winston-Salem 

Winston- Salem — 

Ardmore E. B. Warden, 1112 S. Hawthorne Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

Burkhead M. G. Hunt Bon Air, Winston-Salem 

Centenarv Rev. Wannamaker Hardin, Box 608, W. -Salem 

Central Terrace T. S. Womble, 1100 S. Hawthorne Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

Grace E. H. Beeson, Sr., 2415 Glenn Ave., W. -Salem 

Green Street A. H. Kimel 715 S. Green St., W. -Salem 

Hiatt-Sedge Garden — Crews T. A. Stanley R. 3, Winston-Salem 

Hiatt Albert Allgood . . E. 25th St., Winston-Salem 

Mount Olive Carl Fulp R. 1, Walkertown 

Sedge Garden W. F. Yoklev R. 1, Kernersviile 

Oak Summit L. L. Walker R. 3, Winston-Salem 

Ogburn Mem.— Ogburn Memorial Carl Clodfelter R. 3, Winston-Salem 

Shiloh A. B. Newsome Germanton 

Yadkinville — Boonville L. F. Amburn Boonville 

Center J. L. Long Yadkinville 

East Bend Mrs. Nora Ward East Bend 

Mount Pleasant E. A. Fleming Boonville 

Prospect ... .P. R. Matthews East Bend 

Yadkinville Ravmond Cleary Yadkinville 



Statistical Tables 

R. G. TuTTLE, Editor 

TABLE NO. 1 — Membership, Church Property, Insurance, Woman's Work. 
TABLE NO. 2 — Church Papers, Epworth Leagues, Church School, Lay 

Activites. 
TABLE NO. 3 — Financial Statistics. 
TABLE NO. 4 — Superannuate Endowment. 
TABLE NO. 5— Country Church Reports. 



AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined and checked the pastors' reports of 
the nine Districts of the Western North Carolina Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church, South, as submitted, and from these reports have compiled the 
statistical data as set forth in Tables Nos. 1, 2 and 3, attached hereto, and they 
are all in balance. (Signed) HARRY C. NORTHROP, C. l J . A. 

November, 1938. By Harry C. Northrop. 



102 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



STATISTICAL 



ASHEVILLE 



M E M ]', E J{ S II 1 P 



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8 so 

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2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
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12| 
13 
1 1 
15| 
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17 
181 
19| 
201 

23 
24| 

26| 

27| 
28| 
29| 



Acton 

Asheville — Asbury M 

Biltmore 

Central 

Haywood Street . . . 

Hillside Street 

Oakley 

West Asheville 
Asheville Circuit 

Bald Creek 

Black Mountain 

Burnsville 

Candler 

Fairview 

Flat Rock 

Fletcher-Mills River 

Hendersonville 

Hot Springs 

Laurel 

Leicester 

Marshall 

Micaville 

Saluda-Tryon 

Sandv 

Skyland 

Spruce Pine 

Swannanoa 

Weaverville 

Weaverville Circuit . 



533[ 

317| 

265| 

789| 

581| 

394| 

205| 1 

156| 

168| 

366| 

276| 

276| 2 

515| 

185 

605| 

554| 1 

742| 

306| 

169| 

318| 1 

148|' 

3941 

256-1 

249| 

37| 

236| 

398| 2 

208] 

2501 



31| 
101 

6 
49| 
15| 
14 

9| 
32 
43 
16 

12 

34] 
18| 
681 

Hi- 

22| 

13| 
13| 
181 

3| 
25| 

31 
231 

l| 

71 
35| 
14| 
24| 



15 

11 

8 

150 

48 

35 

9 

104 

40 

46 

231 

8 

6 

5| 

53 



Totals 



.| 119861 



44 

1| 
12 

17| 
3 1 

13 
61 

29 1 

10 
10 . 

Ill 

38 1 
"763|" 



8 
114 
84 
30 
11 
60 

61 
10 
13 

81 
34 

2 

10 1 

11 

132 

VI 
3! 
71 
4| 
5 

12! 
21 
2| 

10 



121 

3| 
608| 127131 



576 
336 
271 

1874 
560 
413 
212 

1232 
245 
418 
298| 
279 1 
521 
206| 
716) 
554 
676 
313 
191 
346 
150 
427 
253 
299 
41 
243 
443 
311 
309 



31 

4 

6 

14 

14 

8 

13 
37 
13 
10 

1 
12 
16 
68 

6 
13 
13 
10 
19 

4 
22 

1 
19 

1 

7 
30 
13 
23 



CHARLOTTE 



Ansonville 

Bethel-Bogers 

Charlotte — Belmont Park 

Big Springs 

Brevard Street 

Calvary 

Chadwick 

Dilworth 

Duncan Memorial 

First Church 

Hawthorne Lane 

Homestead-Pleasant Grove 

Myers Park 

Oakhurst 

Spencer Memorial .... 

Wesley Heig-hts 

Hickory Grove 

Lilesville 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Monroe — Central 

Monroe Circuit 

Morven 

Mt. Zion 

New Hope-Betbel 

North Monroe-Grace . . 

Peachland 

Pineville 

Polkton 

Prospect 

Thrift-Moores 

Trinity 

Wadesboro 

Waxhaw 

Weddington 



326 
550 
916 

159 
586 
563 
577 
1290 
433 
2172 
1452 
424 
691 
7S 
501 
496 
449 
412 
569 
497 
989 
454 
814 
958 
415 
247 
569 
466 
415 
752 
302 
368 
802 
644 
520| 



10 

1| 
201 

5 

9 1 
22| 

71 
63| 
12j 
124| 
621 
II 
56| 

5|. 
24| 
24 1 



561 
14| 
161 
21| 



lfi| 

II 



16| 

20| 

3 



62 
33 

2 

15 

30 

25 

66 

94 

119 

181| 

4| 

41| 



136| 
30 

8 
10 

8 
124 
501 
94| 
135 
74 
111 
10| 
HI 
13| 

71 
161 
HI 

6 1 
25| 
301 
12! 



338 
499 
971 
168 
595 
578 
584 

1326| 
369 

2220 

1385 
4 39 
7271 
871 
412| 
522| 
4 63 1 
417 
583| 
413| 

1023 
391 
755 
936| 
412| 
277| , 
582| . 
492|. 
423| . 
761| . 
308| . 
394| . 
804|. 
648| . 
538|. 



31 
HI 



56 



16 
17 
43 
11 
7 
14 
22 
10 
10 



Totals 



■ | 218561 



7881 



606| 1500| 218401 



21 1631 



399 



Western North Carolina Conference 



103 



TABLE NO. 1 



DISTRICT 



CHURCH PROPERTY 



INSURANCE 




87| 1191095| 176501] 



!7| 107400| 4129| 6210| 427100| 



1| 4000! 1550| 



DISTRICT 



23000J . 
27000|. 
37000| . 
4500| . 
25000| . 
50000| . 
16000| 
350000 



750000 

120000 

4000 

275000| 

3500| 

300001 

40000| 

25000 

14850| 

38300| 

22500| 

90000| 

8000| 

22000| 

34000| 

22000| 

5000| 

164001 

34000| 

20200| 

16000| 

160001 

160001 

55000| 

30000| 

13400| 



700 1 
33500| 



226500| 
140161 



720001 



25001 
100) 

.1 



385! 



4500| 
765 



3500| 
25001 
4 000 1 
3000| 
7000| 
5000| 
4000| 

25000| 
2500 

11000] 

100001 
4250 

12(10(1, 

•I 



850| . 

1600| . 

250|. 



4000| 
7000| 
2500 1 
3700| 
2800 
3500| 
7500 1 
45001 
7200J 
5000] 
4000| 
3 000 1 
1800 
4000 
2500| 
3000] 
6000J 
4000 
10000 
32001 
1S00I 



. | 6500 
. ( 8000 
. 21500 
3000 
.| 18000 
.| 10000 

j ] 8000 

| 60000| 104000 

1443| | 2000 

| 150000| 393000 

5000| 30001 89000 

2100| 

6000|.... 
I.... 



3000| . 

165000| . 

1500|. 



47101 | 40000|. 



,| 46001. 

. I 10500| . 

I 9000| . 

,| 55000|. 
• I. 



14300 



. ' | 1500| . 

. | I 8500|. 

.1 8150| . 

,| | 4300| . 

, I | 4000. 

,| I 6000| . 

, I | 5500|. 

, | 1000| 24250|. 



5000| 



9500] 
5300| . 



• I !• 



3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

I 9 
|10 

111 

|12 

|13 

114 

15 

|16 

17 

|18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

|26 

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.|31 

.|32 

.|33 

.134 



83! 82| 2253650| 354966| 



33| 1847501 222111 219001|1042900| . 



104 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 1 



GASTONIA 



M E M B E R S 11 I P 



■a ±> 






o - 



3 O 



Belmont — Main Street 

Park Street 

Belwood 

Bessemer City 

Boger City 

Cherryville 

Cherryville Circuit 

Cramerton 

Crouse 

Dallas 

Gastonia — Bradley Memorial 

East End 

Main Street 

Maylo 

Smyre 

Trinity 

West End 

Kings Mountain 

Lincolnton 

Lincoln Circuit 

Lowell 

Lowesville 

McAdenville 

Mt. Holly 

Polkville 

Rock Springs 

Shelby— Central 

Lafayette Street 

Shelby Circuit 

South Fork 

Stanley 



305| 

484 1 

1120| 

4591 

43l| 

503| 

579| 

265| 

691| 1 

4301 

515 2 

21 Oj 

1303| 

188| 

185| 

388| 

258| 

406) 

632| 1 

340] 

476| 

604| 

285| 

573 

70S| 

889| 

1221| 

4831 

689| 

1138| 

3731 

171311 4" 



361 

71 

181 

16| 

12| 

191 

4| 

24 

41 

8 1 

12| 

HI 

60| 

5 

4 1 

4| 

34 

25| 

27| 

31 

15| 

II 

81 

17 

141 

41 

60| 

231 

101 



8 

17 

222 

52 

6 

20 

113| 

15 

17 
18 
10 
41 

5 
2d 
138 
17 
25 
14 

1 
131 

HI 

9 

201 

15 

18| 

66 

8 

56 

39 

6 



349 
503 
945 
434 
442|. 
510 , 
4931. 
325 . 
731 , 
424] . 
568| . 
227 

1354 
194 
176 
261 
310 
435 
664 
349 
483 
614 
299 
579 
723 
906| 

1240| 
521 
6S8 

1141 
378| 



21 
21 
10 
12 
5 
12 
37 
33 



31 
16 



6 

7 
33 
18 
11 

3 



151 
7 



6 

20 

2 



4 
10 

3 

16 
12 
16 
18 
20 
32 

3 

422 



Totals 



173| 



GREENSBORO 



Asheboro — First Church . . . . | 

Asheboro Circuit I 

Coleridge | 

Draper 1 

Farmer I 

Gibsonville 

G'boro — Battleground Road | 

Bessemer I 

Carraway Memorial | 

Centenary | 

College Place | 

Glenwood 

Lee's Chapel-Grace 

Proximity 

West Greensboro 

West Market Street 

High Point — Calvary | 

Highlands | 

Main Street | 

Ward Street-Archdale | 

Wesley Memorial | 

Jamestown-Oakdale 

Leaksville 

Liberty 

Madison | 

Mount Pleasant I 

Oak Ridge I 

Oak View | 

Pleasant Garden I 

Ramseur-Eranklinville 

Randleman 

Randolph I 

Reidsville — Main Street . ... 

Reidsville Circuit | 

Ruffln | 

Spray I 

Stokesdale I 

Stoneville-Mayodan | 

Summerfleld 

Trinity I 



517 
428 
355 
325 
270 
335 
430 
518 
811 
1189 
412 
401 

571 
1989 
427 
184 
757 
571 
1951 
337 
440 
383 
250 


11 

1| 

4 

1 1 
21 
1] 
l| 


289 
176 
50 
978 
372 
520 
371 
984 
84S 
456 
513 
726 
4 03 
625 
360 


1| 
1| 

11 



23| 
201 

15| 
62| 
191 
61 
211 
12| 
35| 
27| 
25| 
20| 
17| 

91 
201 
79| 
20j 
16| 
53| 

71 
93| 
40| 
101 
30| 

31 
301 
20| 
301 
2211 
26J 
321 
121 
151 
HI 
341 
13! 
25| 
38| 
151 
65| 



49 
22 
14 
10 
246 

1 
10 
19 

1 
38 
33 
55 
10 
11 
20 
163 
14 

3 
12 
18 
83 

6 
30 

5 

8 
26 

5 
14 
20 
16 



31 
3| 

61 
23| 

211 



29 


965 




91 


36 


523 


1 




4 

1 7 

9 


453 






420 
581 








8 


17 

| 29 


272 
349 








1| 
61 


432 




4 


550 




1 


1 27 


849 




18 


51 


1196 




14 


4 


483 




4| 


4 


424 




2 


4 


505 




2 


9 


602 




6 


142 


2089 


1 


9 


7 


454 




3 


3 

107 


200 

715 








7 


30 


566 


1 




116 


2011 




35 


17 


366 
344 






136 





9 


4 

4 


• 414 
257 










2 


2 


343 




7 




198 





1 




| 23 


94 
1196 




1 




17| 


5 

18 

5 

| 83 


409 






559 




9 


443 






2 


10 

7 


857 
490 









1 


14 


543 




5 


4 
42 


751 
443 
621 










i 




4 


442 





2 



18 
19 
14 
54 
17 

2 
2(1 
11 
32 
24 
12 
20 
17 

8 
19 
41 
10 

6 
20 

7 
45 
40 

7 
25 



18 

9 

17 

193 

26 

29 

7 

9 

11 

31 

15 

12 

38 

15 

22 



Totals 



229331 



19| 12691 11881 10281 24362 



4| 172| 



940 



— (Continued) 



Western North Carolina Conference 



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6 
8 
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30000 
12000 
54000 
16000 
30000 
60000 
28000 
60000 
30300 
31000 
25000 
9000 

280000 
22000 
20000 
22000 
35000 
35000 

100000 
38500 
39400 
20600 
9000 
32000 
55000 
14000 

175000 

15000 

23200 

29500 

5000 


3000 
800 

13320 




33300 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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6000 
4500 
5300 
3500 
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5000 
1800 
3000 
1000 
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5000 
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42000 




600 


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18000 
8000 
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22000 
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3900 
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6000 
4500 
1200 
6000 
9000 
4000 
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3500 
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4000 
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15 


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14000 


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17 


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21000 

28500 

13750 

12500 

5500 

9500 

12000 

6600 

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72000 







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11 


1 
6 
5 
1 
10 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 

9 

2 
2 
1 
5 

1 
2 
2 

1 
3 
2 
3 
5 
1 
5 
3 
1 
6 
5 
4 
3 


125000 

11025 

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8500 

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| 15750 

14500 






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6 


31 




27500 

18000 

50000 

62000 

100000 

26000 

10000 

30000 

25500 

271310 

50000 

30000 

35000 

60000 

295000 

23000 

25000 

11500 

16000 

5800 

7500 

2500 

32400 

26000 

25000 

9000 

85000 

16500 

16500 

10000 

30000 

9000 

16500 

23500 




3200 
20000 




5000 
3500 
5000 

10000 

13000 
350 
200 

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6000 

48875 
5000 
3000 
5500 
8000 

23000 
5000 
5000 




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106 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 1 



MARION 



M E M B E II S II I P 



2 « 






Avery 

Boone 

Bostic 

Broad River 

Cliff side -Avondale 

Connelly Springs 

Dudley Shoals-Hudson . . . 

Elk Park 

Forest Citv 

Gilkey 

Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel 

Granite Falls 

Henrietta- Caroleen 

Lenoir — First Church .... 

Eenoir Circuit 

Marion — Cross Mills 

First Church 

Marion Mills 

Marion Circuit 

McDowell Circuit 

Mill Spring 

Morganton — First Church 

North Forest 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort Station 

Old Fort Circuit 

Pleasant Grove 

Rutherford College 

Rutherfordton 

Spindale 

Sunshine 

Table Rock 

Valdese 

Watauga 

Whitnell 



282| . 

347|. 

451| 

390| 

441| 

498| 

514| 



345| 
350 
321 
264 
437 
325 
818 
512 
206 
620 
256 
367 
546 
343 
S85 
307 
714 
214 
261 
367 
263 
454 
308 
394 
423 
160 
457 
306 



31| 
26| 
34| 

7 1 

2| 
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41 
10| 

3 
161 

8 
26| 
36| 
44| 
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83| 
461 

61 
131 
60| 
17| 
35| 

H 
16| 
141 

2 

61 
24| 

51 
20| 
101 
38| 

31 



4 

HI 
15| 

71 
HI 
16| 
14 
248| 
311 
10| 

3| 

3 
HI 

41 



10| 

12| 
56| 

4| 

5 

26| 

17| 

14| 

21 

171 

81 

4| 

28| 

28| 

8 

2 



331 



14 
47 
12 
77 
10 
68 
18 
12 
21 

221 
81 
91 

25| 
4 
61 

25| 

10| 
2 
31 
81 
31 



292| 
363| 
453 
415 
460 
533 
519| 
245| 
399| 
354 
325| 
265 
458 
332 
888 
509 
240 
564 
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401| 
538| 
349 
950 
339 1 
7411 
209| 
285 1 
364| 
265 
482 
335 
397 
443 
176 
509| 
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17 

4 

19 

19 

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22 

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1 



4 

5 

12 

30 

36 

4 



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H 
12| 
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31 



11 
23 
10 
21 

1 
16 
10 

2 

6 
20 

5 
10 

5 



1 



| Totals | 14146 



19 



720| 761| 550| 150771 



85 1 435 



SALISBURY 



II Advance 

2| Albemarle — Central 

3 First Street 

4 1 Tabernacle 

5 1 Albemarle Circuit 

6 Badin-New London 

7 China Grove 

8| Concord — Central 

9 1 Epworth 

10| Forest Hill 

11| Harmony 

12 Kerr Street 

13| Rockv Ridge 

14 Westford 

15 Cooleemee 

16 j Davie Circuit 

17 East Spencer-Yadkin 

181 Farmington 

19| Gold Hill 

20| Granite Quarry 

21 1 Jackson Park 

22 Kannapolis 

23 Landis 

24 Mocksville 

25 Mount Pleasant 

26 Mt. Olivet 

271 Norwood 

281 Norwood Circuit 

29| Pfeiffer Circuit 

301 Salem 

311 Salisbury — Coburn Memorial 

32| First Church 

33| Main Street 

34 1 Park Avenue 

35| Rowan 

36| Spencer — Central 

371 Woodleaf 



761 
834 
542 
190 
639 
472 
469 
469 
344 
836 
185 
244 
264 
306 
380 
821 
264 
S28 
538 
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1248 
349 
390 
739 
350 
482 
443 
274 
366 
675 

1314 
152 
571 
83 
772 
477 



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12 
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27| 
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19 
50| 
32| 
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14| 
211 

71 
27| 

9| 
17| 
35| 
351 

61 
18| 

II. 
251 

91 



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391 
23 

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8 1 

41 
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10 
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151 

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17| 
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138 

1 
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15 

7 
18 
19 
33 

4 



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30 
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101 
36 



51. 
151 
101 
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71 
171 



19| 
10| 



381 

711 
II 



13 



781 
868 
437 
212 
606 
470 
505 
496 
378 
865 
222 
308 
267 
3111 
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518 
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17 
28 
12 
35 
11 
9 
16 
30 
41 



6 

13 

6 

7 

14 

16 

5 

7 



11 
9 



Totals 



185571 15! 789| 815| 835| 19326| 



184| 



473 



Western North Carolina Conference 



107 



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DISTRICT 






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108 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Sessioi 



TABLE NO. 1 



STATESVILLE 





CHARGES 








M E M B E R S 


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360 
395 
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176 
217 
533 
387 
620 
110 
550 
306 
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604 
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24 
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6 
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1 

2 



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227 
219 
581 
436 
646 
134 
572 
310 
781 
579 
270 
615 
344 
556 
1090 
731 
769 
548 
364 
466 
350 




32 









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6 
13 

8 


31 


Mooresville — Broad Street . . 
Central 


43 
13 
12 




12 


7 




12 




5 
5 


3 




8 


Olin 


29 


27 


South Iredell 




3 

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31| 
32 
33 
34 
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38 
39 


Statesville — Broad Street . . . 


29| 
24| 
16 
20 
12| 
31| 
32 
27| 
27| 
10 


35 

25 
4 
6 

18 
4 
5 
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17| 
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30 

18 

9 

4 

58 

29 

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315 - - 


29 




203 
335 




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I Totals I 18748! 

Andrews | 3121 | 

Bethel | 204 1 | 

Brevard I 395| 1| 

Brevard Circuit | 109| | 

Bryson City j 184| 1|. 

Canton | 758| 1| 

Clyde I 33**1 ! 

Crahtree 262| | 

Cullowhee | 199| | 

Dellwoo.d 328| 2| 

Fines Creek | 343| | 

Franklin | 3551 H 

Franklin Circuit I 444| 2| 

Havesville | 633! | 

Highlands I 140 | 

Jonathan I 156| | 

Junaluska | 230| | 

Macon Circuit i 579! I 

Murphy I 4111 

Murphy Circuit I 297| | 

Robhinsville I 110| I 

Sylva I 361| I 

Wavnesville I 512 I 

Webster I 327| I 

3| Whitticr I 269| | 

I Totals , 82571 SI 



26' 881| 808| 855| 1 5 8 2 1 . 



1631 



548 



WAYNESVILLE 



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31 
41 

61 
71 
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13 

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1 

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12 

4 

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7 

36 

3 

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4511 8346| 



241 



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109 



— (Continued) 



DISTRICT 






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Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 1 



WINSTON-SALEM 



JI K M H E II S H I I' 



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Ararat 

Danbury 

Davidson 

Denton 

Dobson 

Doub's 

Forsyth 

Hanes-Clemmons 

Kernersville 

Lewisville 

Lexington — Erlanger 

First Church 

Linwood 

Mount Airy — Central 

Rockford Street 

Mount Airy Circuit 

Pilot Mountain 

Reeds 

Rural Hall 

Sandy Ridge 

Thomasville — Main Street 

Trinity-Bethel 

Thomasville Circuit 

Walker town 

Walnut Cove 

Welcome 

Winston- Salem — Ardmore 

Burkhead 

Centenary 

Central Terrace 

Grace 

Green Street 

Hiatt Memorial 

Ogburn Memorial 

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Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



STATISTICAL 



ASHEVILLE 



!hristian Literature 



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Biltmore 

Central 

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Hillside Street 

Oakley 

West Asheville 
Asheville Circuit 
Bald Creek 
Black Mountain 
Burnsville 
Candler 
Fairview 
Flat Rock 

Fletcher-Mills River 
Hendersonville 
Hot Springs 
Laurel 
Leicester 
Marshall 
Micaville 
Saluda-Tryon 
Sandy 
Sky land 
Spruce Pine 
Svvannanoa 
Weaverville 
Weaverville Circuit 
Totals 




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Ansonville 

Bethel-Bogers 

Charlotte — Belmont Park . . ■ 

Big Springs 

Brevard Street 

Calvary 

Chadwick 

Dihvorth 

Duncan Memorial 

First Church 

Hawthorne Lane 

Homestead-Pleasant Grove 

Myers Park 

Oakhurst 

Spencer Memorial 

Wesley Heights 

Hickory Grove 

Lilesville 

Marshville 

Matthews 

Monroe — Central 

Monroe Circuit 

Morven 

Mt. Zion 

New Hope-Bethel 

North Monroe-Grace 

Peachland 

Pineville 

Polkton 

Prospect 

Thrift-Moores 

Trinity 

Wadesboro 

Waxhaw 

Weddington 



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13 



TABLE NO. 2 



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114 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 2 



GASTONIA 





CHAEGES 


Christian Literature 


WOMAN 


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19 


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135| 

248| .... 

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220| 

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325| 1 
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7 




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| Totals | 5494! 24| 5201 52| 2022| 7248| 4199| 



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GREENSBORO 



261 
271 
28| 
291 
30( 
311 
321 
331 
34| 
351 
36| 
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Asheboro — First Church 

Asheboro Circuit 

Coleridge 

Draper 

Farmer 

Gibsonville 

G'boro — Battleground Road 

Bessemer 

Carraway Memorial 

Centenary 

College Place 

Glenwood 

Lee's Chapel-Grace 

Proximity 

West Greensboro 

West Market Street 

Hig'h Point — Calvary 

Highlands 

Main Street 

Ward Street-Archdale .... 

Wesley Memorial 

Jamestown-Oakdale 

Leaksville 

Liberty 

Madison 

Mount Pleasant 

Oak Ridge 

Oak View 

Pleasant Garden 

Ramseur-Franklinville .... 

Randleman 

Randolph 

Reidsville — Main Street . . . 

Reidsville Circuit 

Ruffin 

Spray 

Stokesdale 

Stoneville-Maj'odan 

Summerfield 

Trinity 



443 
251 
140 

75 
164 

56 
170 
149 
212 
394 
511 
215 
175 
208 
213 
1028 
190 



212 



860 
175 
137 



80 
14 
35 
500 
145 
163 
150 
346 
225 
110 
125 
225 
110 
130 
120 



Totals | 8669 



16 
18 

3 

14 

21 

6 

33 

76 
15 
8 
15 
26 
103 
14 
12 
15 
20 
64 
16 
26 



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56 

62 

58 

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116 

233 

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66 

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160 

69 

71 

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135 

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63 

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440 
375 
229 
398 

50 

92 
168 
146 
333 
750 
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300 

212| 

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125| 

1941 

1500| 

745| 

1078| 

109| 

679| 

83 
1000| 

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684| 
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TABLE NO. i! 



Christian Literature 



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Dudley Shoals-Hudson . . . 

Elk Park 

Forest City 

Gilkey 

Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel 

Granite Falls 

Henrietta-Caroleen 

Lenoir — First Church 

Lenoir Circuit 

Marion — Cross Mills 

First Church 

Marion Mills 

Marion Circuit 

McDowell Circuit 

Mill Spring 

Morganton — First Church 

North Forest 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort Station 

Old Fort Circuit 

Pleasant Grove 

Rutherford College 

Rutherfordton 

Spindale 

Sunshine 

Table Rock 

Valdese 

Watauga 

Whitnell 



101! I 
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192 
138 
205 
251 
83 



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115 
135 
200 
271 
125 
85 
201 



116 
160 
93 
243 
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33 

81 
153 
104 
233 
138 

90 
175 

85 
180 

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511 
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350 

18 

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43 



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921 



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4794 



593 



56| 1556| 8819| 3277| 



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SALISBURY 



Advance 

Albemarle — Central 

First Street 

Tabernacle 

Albemarle Circuit 

Badin-New London 

China Grove 

Concord — Central 

Epworth 

Forest Hill 

Harmony 

Kerr Street 

Rocky Ridge 

Westford 

Cooleemee 

Davie Circuit 

East Spencer-Yadkin 

Farmington 

Gold Hill 

Granite Quarry 

Jackson Park 

Kannapolis 

Landis 

Mocksville 

Mount Pleasant 

Mt. Olivet 

Norwood 

Norwood Circuit 

Pfeiffer Circuit 

Salem 

Salisbury — Coburn Memorial 

First Church 

Main Street 

Park Avenue 

Rowan 

Spencer — Central 

Woodleaf 



396 
250 
150 

48 
210 
159 
175 

96 
133 
348 

75 
126 

65 
140 
173 
163 
120 
165 
168 
215 

64 
426 
150 
110 
280 

72 
138 
100 
103 
120 
260 
500 

52 
191 

46 
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27 
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38 
20 
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Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 2 



STATESVILLE 





CHARGES 


Christian Lit 


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Brevard 

Brevard Circuit . 
Bryson City 

Canton 

Clyde 

Crabtree 

Cullowhee 

Dellwood 

Fines Creek 

Franklin 

Franklin Circuit 

Hayesville 

Highlands 

Jonathan 

Junaluska 

Macon Circuit . . 

Murphy 

Murphy Circuit . 
Robbinsville 

Sylva 

Waynesville 

Webster 

Whit tier 



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121 



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114 


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118 


108 


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376 


117 


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92 


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67 


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72 


92 


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336 


183 


131 


188 


546 


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79 


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164 


157 


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120 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 2 



WINSTON-SALEM 



Ararat 

Danbury 

Davidson 

Denton 

Dobson 

Doub's 

Forsyth 

Hanes-Clemmons 

Kernersville 

Lewisville 

Lexington — Erlanger 

First Church 

Linwood 

Blount Airy — Central 

Rockford Street 

Mount Airy Circuit 

Pilot Mountain 

Reeds 

Rural Hall 

Sandy Ridge 

Thomasville — Main Street 

Trinity-Bethel 

Thomasville Circuit 

Walkertown 

Walnut Cove 

Welcome 

Winston- Salem — Ardmore 

Burkhead 

Centenary 

Central Terrace 

Grace 

Green Street 

Hiatt Memorial 

Og'burn Memorial 

Tadkinville 



Christian Literature 



■si 



Totals 



104 
110 

250 
167 
101 
109 
310 
132 

86 
193 

69 
260 
150 
425 

71 
220 
125 

71 
161 
150 
340 
275 
415 
241 
200 
325 
295 
310 
1200 
225 
127 
130 
112 
191 
280 



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12 
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20 
50 
19 
15 
20 
14 
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32 

25 

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26 
31 
111 
14 
12 
19 
20 
10 
30 



43 

114 

65 

34 

107 

130 

82 

60 

62 

30 

116 

66 

170 

38 

98 

77 

46 

67 



50 



148 

68 

154 

76 

38 

106 

121 

162 

575 

68 

27 

84 

26 

134 

135 



838 
336 
100 
1S69 
268 
254 
373 
223 

75 
709 
260 
281 

68 
195 
130 
450 
192 



114 
55 
45 

112 
46 
34 

100 
52 
20 

385 
30 

642 
52 



LAY ACTIVITIES 



85 1 , 
15| . 
371. 



790| 670 

103 

457 
78 

150 

694 
1258 

479 
6316 

246 

183 

376 

126 

625 

278 



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137| . 

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123 . 

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10| . 
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15 1 65 



DISTRICTS 



RECAPITU 



Asheville 

Charlotte 

Gastonia 

Greensboro 

Marion 

Salisbury 

Statesville 

Waynesville . . . 
Winston-Salem 



42151 
7145| 
5494| 
8669| 
4794] 
63521 
6612| 
2856 
7930| 



36| 
73| 
24| 
30| 
29| 
271 
27| 
19| 
311 



438| 
628 1 
520| 
9S6| 
5931 
681| 
6781 
294| 
861| 



461 

57| 
52 
73| 
56| 
45| 
65 1 
32| 
77| 



1705 
3041 
2022 
3011 
1556 
2115 
2238 
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3327 



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11 6763 
8819 
9955 

7799 



89081 

3277| 
55901 
45671 



I 4675| 2011| 
|18853| 9267| 



96 


58 


115 


58 


125 


49 


3 


34 


117 


50 


8 


51 




18 


15 


65 



Totals |54067| 296| 5679| 5031200091911931512311 



10| 352| 547| 437 



Western North Carolina Conference 



121 



— (Continued) 



DISTRICT 



LOCAL CHURCH SCHOOLS 




235 

1259 

618 

1241 

986 

330 25 

1163(26 

1510|27 

1944|2S 

4340|29 

554|30 

284|31 

637|32 

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112| 1531| 6221| 5859| 7012| 2(l623| 



35| 799| 392| 190| 381| 188S| 24729| 



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771 


8681 


3275 


3106 


3273 


10522 


10| 


31 1 476 


111 


127 


16S 


723 


14734| 1 


851 


1294| 


4923 


4640 


6283 


17140 


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522 


172 


369 


2619 


262061 2 


81 1 


1200| 


4187 


4108 


5711 


15206 


10 


27| 618 


664 


144 


203 


1363 


17757| 3 


99 1 


15491 


6145 


6098 


7577 


21369 


61 


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350 


164 


337 


2807 


2S403| 4 


101| 


10571 


4218 


3833 


4330 


13438 


4| 


211 543 


126 


228 


139 


1000 


15698| 5 


82 


1177| 


4846 


4731 


5989 


16743 


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474 


163 


216 


1629 


22499| 6 


114| 


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4656 


5714 


16325 


81 


551 723 


728 


175 


144 


692 


183471 7 


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640| 


2162 


2062 


2180 


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320 


106 


75 


411 


5969| 8 


1121 


1531| 


6221 


5859 


7012 


20623 


7 


35| 799 


392 


190 


381 


1888 


24729| 9 



823| 104271 408211 39093| 



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122 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



STATISTICAL 



ASHEVILLE 



Presiding 

Elder 



Preacher 
in Charge 



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District 
Work 



General and 
Conference Work 



10 

HI 

12 

13 

14 

15| 

161 

17| 

181 

19| 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26| 

27| 

28| 

29 



Acton I 

Asheville — Asbury Memorial | 

Biltmore | 

Central j 

Haywood Street j 

Hillside Street 

Oakley | 

West Asheville ] 

Asheville Circuit I 

Bald Creek 

Black Mountain 

Burnsville 

Candler 

Fairview 

Plat Rock 

Fletcher-Mills River . . . 

Hendersonville 

Hot Springs 

Laurel 

Leicester 

Marshall 

Micaville 

Saluda-Tryon 

Sandy 

Skyland 

Spruce Pine I 

Swannanoa | 

Weaverville j 

Weaverville Circuit | 

Undistributed | 

Totals". ....... . . . 



150| 
165| 
1501 
600 

1601 

100| 

300| 

66| 

S0| 

160| 

150| 

160| 

60 1 

150 

185 

320 

80 

40| 

100| 

80| 

90| 

130| 

60| 

30 1 

150| 

125| 

180| 

100| 



150 

165 

150 

600 

225 

160) 

100 1 

300] 

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80] 

160| 

150| 

160| 

60 1 

150| 

185| 

320| 

80 

40| 

100| 

801 

100 

130| 

60 1 

30| . 

150| 

125 1 

1S0| 

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1650| 
1500 
5000 
2250 
1600 
1200| 
30001 

660| 

872| 
1600| 
1200| 
1500| 

650] 
1340| 
1750| 
3000| 

720| 

400| 
1200| 

700| 
1000| 
1000| 

600| 

'15661 
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1800| 
10001 

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1600 
1650 
1500 
5000 
2250 
1600 
1200 
3000] 

660| 

872| 
1600| 
1200| 
15001 

650| 
1340| 
1750 
3000| 

720| 

400| 
1200| 

710 1 
1045| 
10001 

600 
90 
1500 1 
1140| 
1800| 
10001 



48 
45 
150 
67 
48 
36 
90 
20 
26 
48 
36 
45 
20 
40 
52 
90 
21 
12 
36 
21 
30 
30 
18 



26 
48 
45 
150 
67 
48 
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201 
261 
48 
36| 
45| 
20 
40 
32 
90 
211 

12] 
27 
21 
30 
18 
9 



750 

600 

600 

4500 

1050 

600 

450 

1200 

300 

400 

700] 

800| 

750| 

300 

867 
1500 
350 
200 
500 
300 
450 
500 
300 
100 
650 
600 
800 
500 



400 
300 
300 
4000 
1050 
350 
250 
1000 
100 
130 
400 
350 
500] 
150 
230 
475 
750 
175 
100 
200 
200 
135| 
300 
125 

200 
300| 
400| 
200| 



400 
300 
300 
4000 
1050 
350 
250 
1000 
100 
130 
400 
350 
500 
150 
230 
475 
750 
175 
100 
163 
200 
135 
300 
95 

200 
300 
400 
170 
97 



I 4346| 43561 41412| 41577| 1240| 1200| 2 1 3 4 2 1 13095| 13095 



CHARLOTTE 



1| Anson ville | 

2 Bethel-Bogers i 

3 1 Charlotte— Belmont Park . . . | 

4 Big Spring's | 

5 1 Brevard Street ! 

6 Calvary I 

7] Chadwick | 

8| Dilworth j 

9 Duncan Memorial 

10 First Church I 

11 Hawthorne Lane | 

12 Homestead-Pleasant Grovel 

13 Myers Park j 

141 Oakhurst I 

15 1 Spencer Memorial i 

16| Wesley Heights | 

17| Hickory Grove I 

18| Lilesville I 

19 Marshville I 

201 Matthews I 

21| Monroe— Central I 

22| Monroe Circuit I 

231 Morven I 

241 Mt. Zion 

25| New Hope-Bethel | 

26 North Monroe-Grace | 

27| Peachland I 

28| Pineville I 

29| Polkton I 

301 Prospect 1 

31 1 Thrift-Moores I 

321 Trinity I 

33| Wadesboro I 

34| Waxhaw I 

35 Wedding-ton I 

I Undistributed I 



80 


80 


1026 


1026 


5 


5 


242 


260 


260 


112 


112 


1400 


1400 


7 


7 


600 


300 


300 


192 


192 


2400 


2400 


12 


12 


900 


800 


800 


96 


96 


1200 


1200 


6 


6 


225 


225 


225 


176 


176 


2200 


2200 


11 


11 


650 


350 


350 


240 


240 


3000 


3000 


15 


15 


1000 


1000 


1000 


168 


168 


2100 


2100 


11 


11 


600 


600 


600 


288 


288 


3600 


3600 


1.8 


18 


2500 


2500 


2500 


80 


80 


1000 


1000 


5 


5 


225 


225 


225 


400 


400 


5000 


5000 


25 


25 


5775 


5775 


5775 


288 


288 


3600 


3600 


36 


36 


2500 


2500 


2500 


160 


160 


2000 


2000 


10 


10 


400 


400 


400 


320 


320 


4000 

400 

1600 


4000 

400 

1600 


20 


20 


2 5 00 


2500 

40 

300 


2500 
40 


128 


128 




8 




8 


550 


300 


144 


144 


1800 


1800 


9 


9 


350 


350 


350 


Ml 


144 


1800 


1800 


11 


11 


425 


425 


430 


1 01 


104 


1300 


1300 


7 


7 


275 


250 


250 


14 


1 10 


1800 


1750 


5 





600 


350 


250 


133 


133 


1662 


1662 


8 


8 


550 


300 


300 


216 


216 


2700 


2700 


13 


13 


2485 


1500 


1500 


68 


68 


900 


900 


5 


5 


200 


200 


100 


120 


120 


1500 


1609 


7 


. 8 


530 


400 


400 


192 


192 


2410 


2410 


12 


12 


1350 


721 


721 


82 


82 


1035 


1035 


5 


5 


320 


104 


104 


88 


88 


1100 


1100 


5 


5 


200 


200 


200 


101 


104 


1300 


1300 


7 




340 


340 


300 


132 


132 


1650 


1650 


8 


8 


500 


500 


500 


115 


115 


1436 


1436 




7 


420 


200 


200 


112 


112 


1400 


1414 


7 


7 


375 


375 


375 


96 


96 


1500 


1500 


6 


6 


425 


300 


300 


110 


140 


1750 


1750 


9 


9 


366 


275 


275 


210 


240 


3000 


3000 


15 


15 


1570 


1570 


1570 


112 


112 


1400 


1400 


7 


7 


550 


350 


350 


96 


96 


1200 



1200 








400 



200 


200 
235 



Totals 



53061 53061 67169| 6724! 



342| 336| 30898| 26685] 26685 



Western North Carolina Conference 



123 



TABLE NO. 3 



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111. 
221 



163| 

165| 

150| 

6121 

266| 

230| 

1321 

305| 

69 1 

92| 

65 

138 

174 

65 

134 

175 

327 

92 

441 

100| 

76| 

118| 

60| 

52 

71 

1711 

120 

180| 

72| 



501| 
1148 
1181 



290 

629 

1325 

3653 



730 

1524 

310 

892 

110 

700 

300 

2115 

162 

473 

420 

17 

196 

125 

350| 

2635| 

16321 

376 

290 

65| 



403 



295 



60 

22 

149 



533| 

2111 

161| 

3350| 

220| 

1182 

166| 

551j 

75| 

35 1 

230| 

168| 

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45 

100 

150| 

1139| 

128] 

10| 

6| 

751 



86| 

33| 

178| 

8797| 

522| 

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48| 

2739| 

151 



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313| 

41| 
142| 

95| 
120 

50| 

231 
150 1 

88| 



165| . 
473|. 
303| . 
2731|. 
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814|. 
129| . 
2391| . 

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65| . 
601| . 
191|. 
234| . 
1551 . 
301|. 
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4407 
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2448|20 
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2246122 
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2904125 
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2804127 
4113 28 
1743 1 29 
97130 



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11901 

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232 
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6001 
492| 
207| 
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202| 

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1147| 

231| 

93 
296| 
125| 
335| 

50| 
600 
745 

56 

65 
316 



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231 
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55 



34| 

30| 

432| 



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84 
316 
325 
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190001 2000 

600| 150 

194751 2517 

4819| 2185 

| 326 

497| 2270 

1 52 

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10001 

I 

I 

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1900| 



299 
750 

31 
168 
122 
896 
984 

64 
461 
226 
160 

70 

60 
619 
216 

75 

220 

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680| 1022 

314| 313 

20| 220 



300| 
330] 

30| 
1201 
268) 



43| 
1S0| 




7631 



2031 



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124 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



GASTONIA 



Presic 


ling 


Preacher 


District 


Elder 


in Charge 


Work 


73 




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General ami 
Conference Work 



Belmont — Main Street 

Park Street 

Bel wood 

Bessemer City 

Boger City 

Cherryville 

Cherryville Circuit 

Cramerton 

Crouse 

Dallas 

Gaston'ia — Bradley Memorial 

East End 

Main Street 

Maylo 

Smyre 

Trinitv 

West End 

Kings Mountain 

Lincolnton 

Lincoln Circuit 

Lowell 

Lowesville 

McAdenville 

Mt. Holly 

Polkville 

Rock Spring's 

Shelby— Central 

Lafayette Street 

Shelby Circuit 

South Fork 

Stanley 



216! 
108| 
225| 
135| 
165| 
153| 
100| 
103| 
132| 
135| 
225| 
10S| 
383| 
117| 
135| 

951 
180| 
180| 
270| 
117| 
160| 
126] 

05| 
203| 
198| 
162| 
297| 
2071 
162| 
162| 
1121 



216| 
108| 
225| 
135| 
165| 
153| 
100| 
103| 
132| 
135| 
225| 
108| 
383| 
117| 

95| 
180| 
1801 
270| 

811 
1-60| 
126| 

711 
2031 
1981 
145j 
297| 
2071 
1621 
162| 
1121 



24001 

1200| 
2500| 
1500| 
1850 
1700 
1100 
1150 
1450| 
1500| 
2500| 
1200| 
4250| 
1300| 
15001 
1050| 
2000| 
2000| 
3O00| 
1300| 
1800| 
1400| 
1050| 
2250| 
2200| 
18001 
3300| 
2300| 
1800| 
1S00| 
12501 



2400| 
1200| 
2500] 
1500| 
18501 
1730| 
1100| . 
1150| 
1450| . 
1500| . 
2500| 
1200| . 
4250| 
1300 
15001 
1050| 
2000 
2000 1 
3000|. 
1004| 
1800|. 
1400| . 
797| 
2250| . 
2200| 
1615| . 
3300| . 
2300| 
1800| 
1800| . 
12501 



12| 



25| 



25 



43| 
13 
15 

11 
20| 

20| 



151 



10| 



12| 



598 
316 
1170 
650 
439] 
416 
540 
389 
599 



486| 

3740 
395 
468 
416 
390 
723 

1800| 
54S| 
673| 
676| 
416| 
984| 

1140| 
984| 

2656| 
586| 
594| 

1160| 
463! 



650| 
330| 
900| 
400 1 
439| 
416 
180 
350 
300 
425| 
880 1 
160| 

2750| 
200| 
475 
416| 
390| 
5 25 1 

1650 1 
220| 
325| 
300| 
310| 
8S4| 
600| 
425| 

2000| 
586| 
330| 
300| 
2251 



650 
330 
900 
400 
439 
416 
180 
350 
307 
425 
880 
160 

2750 
200 
475 
416 
390 
525 

1650 
179 
325 
272 
310 
900 
600 
395 

2000 
586 
330 
300 
225 



Totals 



51661 



',0891 573501 566961 



3691 284531 183411 18265 



GREENSBORO 



1| Asheboro — First Church . ...] 

2| Asheboro Circuit I 

3| Coleridge | 

4 1 Draper 

5 1 Farmer I 

61 Gibsonville 

7| G'boro — Battleground Road j 

8| Bessemer I 

9 1 Carraway Memorial I 

10| Centenary | 

1 1 i College Place i 

12| Glenwood I 

131 Lee's Chapel-Grace | 

14| Proximity I 

15 1 West Greensboro | 

16| West Market Street j 

17| High Point— Calvary | 

18| Highlands I 

19| Main Street | 

20| Ward Street-Archdale I 

21 1 Wesley Memorial I 

22| Jamestown-Oakdale | 

23| Leaksville I 

24 1 Liberty | 

25| Madison I 

261 Mount Pleasant | 

27| Oak Ridge i 

28| Oak View I 

29| Pleasant Garden I 

30| Ramseur-Franklinville i 

31| Randleman 

32| Randolph I 

331 Reidsville — Main Street . . . . | 

34| Reidsville Circuit ! 

351 Ruffln I 

361 Spray 

37| Stokesdale I 

38| Stoneville-Mayodan I 

391 Summerfield I 

40 1 Trinity j 

I ~" Totals I 



225| 

72 

60| 

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90| 

50| 

75| 

90| 

125| 

225| 

200| 

90] 

85| 

1151 

135| 

550| 

60| 

40| 

1751 

751 

550 1 

110| 

225| 

75 1 

1101 

701 

50| 

20| 

135| 

1351 

901 

651 

2501 

1251 

40| 

190| 

901 

90| 

60| 

90 1_ 

51871 



225! 

72| 

60] 

80| 

90| 

50 1 

75| 

90| 

125| 

225| 

2001 

90 1 

85| 

115| 

1351 

550| 

60| 

40| 

175 1 

751 

5501 

110| 

225| 

301 

110] 

70| 

50| 

20| 

135| 

135! 

90 

65| 

250| 

125| 

40| 

190| 

901 

901 

601 

90| 



3300 
1005 
1000 
1250 
1200 
1100 
1300 
1725 
1500 
3500 
360O 
1800 
1450 
2220 
2400 
5000 
1700 
400 
2600 
1900 
5500 
1650 
2400 
1025 
1400 
1400 
750 
500 
2200 
1800 
1650 
1000 
3500 
1800 
1100 
2000 
1440 
1550 
1200 
1500 



3450] 

1005| 

10001. 

1250| 

1200| 

11001 

1300| 

17251 

2000| . 

3500| 

36001 

1800| 

1450| 

2220| 

2410| 

5000| 

1700] 

400| 
2700| 
1900| 
5500| 
1650| 
24001 

888| 
1450| 
1575 

750 1 

5001. 
2311| 
1800| 
1700| 
10001 
3 5 00 1 
1800! 
11001 
20001 
14401 
1550| 
1221| 
15001 



36 1 

18| 

15 

17| 

241 - 

50| 

171 

81 
26| 
18| 
551 
16 
24| 
101. 
14| 
14| 

81 



181 
171 
101 
351 
18| 
HI 
20| 
14| 
151 
12| 
151 



5142! 763151 76345! 



679 



1800| 

200| 
2501 
325] 
200| 
325 
306| 
450| 
575 

1800| 

1700| 
370| 
362| 
625| 
800| 

5800| 

3001 

97 

]000| 
2961 

5800| 
400| 

1200| 
312| 
400| 
314[ 
250] 
250 1 
800 j 
800 
500| 
200| 

2000| 
550| 
220| 
612| 
400| 
544| 
4631 
333| 

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1800| 
1461 
150 
1251 
1571 
125| 
245| 
350| 
500| 

1500| 

12001 
325| 
273| 
300] 
700| 

5300| 

2501 

65| 

800| 

2961 

5800| 
200| 
900 
110|. 
225| 
225| 
200| 
50| 
700| 
700| 
250| 
150| 

1700| 
500| 
1121 
550| 
325| 
1751 
300| 
_ 225| 
28004 f 



1800 
146 
150 
125 
157 
125 
245 
350 
500 

1500 

1200 
325 
273 
300 
700 

5300 

250 

65 

800 

299 

5800 
200 
900 

"225 
225 
200 
50 
700 
700 
250 
150 
1700 
500 
112 
550 
325 
175 
300 

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125 



■(Continued) 



DISTRICT 



RAISED DURING THE YEAR 



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182| 
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218| 
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293| 
120 
527 
130 
177 
100 
216 
200| 
300 
114| 
220| 
136| 
118| 
287| 
2741 
210| 
475| 
2731 
180| 
19SI 
142 



794 

1011 

428 

200 

900 

5585 

160 

107 

63 

3095 

150 

350 

6400) 

306 

36 

550 

180 

440 

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66 

162 



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475| 
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3511 

950 

3389 



703 1 
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114 

77 

100 

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285| 
561 
28| 
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20 



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126 
297 
200 
151 
535 
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209| 
732, 
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1708j 
245| 

7524 

32 

265 

50 

410 

7461 

2680| 

851 

200| 



162| 

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107| 
413| 

67| 
772| 
168| 



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284| 
284| 
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127| 

371 

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113 
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1571 
355| 

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170| 
175| 
142| 
182| 
258| 
121| 
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I 243| 

I 335| 




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14| . 
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101 



443 
145 
106 
148 

72 
133 
178 
209| 
150| 
420 
461 
218 
150 
210 
3051 
822 
170 

40|. 
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140 
180| 

87| . 

621 
349| 
312| 
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506| 
245| 
110| 
244| 
172| 

90 
183| 
246! 



282 
1418 
1300 

S60 
4434 

175 i 
36001 

495| 
3479| 
1927 

235 

732 

790 
1269 
4615 
2548 

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13869 

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1600| 

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278| 
1000| . 
1235 . 

617| 

194| 



106| 

41| 

43 

30 

6 

22 

70 

39 

153| 

108| 

43 

521 

55 

150 J 

108| 

7981 

189 



125 
250 
486 
75 
223 



160 



3942| 

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227| 

228| 

50| 

50 

100| 

1541 

578] 

1185| 

2470| 

1170; 

200| 

333| 

392| 

1371| 

318 

175| 

8121 

796| 

3442| 

70 1 

426| 

82| 

142| 

35| 

251 

160 

853| 

345| 

220| 

63 1 

1592 

125| 



100 1 

754 1 

50 



304 1 

851 

150| 

250 



86 
250 



179| 
611 



60| 

211 
165 
12766 
235 
235 
400 



11052 



351 
600| 
140| 
4301 
481| 
244 



1637| 
150| 



10001 
1001 



1641 



816| 
4021 
262 
452 
60 
158 
264 
249 
408| 
950| 

1367| 
134| 
3551 
318] 
7691 

42361 
200| 
244| 

1789| 
9381 

2613 
190| 
914| 
197| 

1135| 
290| 
1001 
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504| 
342| 
2321 

13851 
5291 
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536 
1711 
300] 
434| 
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1601 

635 

604 

187 

383 

426 

680 

722 

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422| 
335| 
695| 
286| 



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3646 
6468 
2338 
6789 
42851 
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11147) 
49S2| 
3750| 
5982 
9819| 

35553| 
4343| 
1518 

100131 
7796 

50546| 
3804| 
7440| 
1482| 
4346| 
50191 
1935| 
2033| 
94771 
5346| 
4387| 
4538| 

136191 
56541 
2596| 
4373| 
5390| 
3948| 
3602| 
2855| 



611 

250 



86 
90 
135 
164 
830] 
200 
81 



322 
173 
620 
620 
1162 
445 
26 
789 



279 

761 



732| 

275| 



300] 
196| 



12914| 1 
401l| 2 
3300| 3 
3396| 4 
6468 5 
2252| 6 
6699| 7 
4150! 8 
8086 9 

10303110 

10947|11 
4901|12 
3750113 
5982 14 
9819|15 

35231|16 

4170|17 

898118 

9393|19 

6634|20 

50101|21 
377S122 
6651|23 
1482|24 
3460|25 
375726 
1935 | 27 
2033|28 
9152|29 
5067|30 
4311131 
4538|32 

12887|33 
5379|34 
2596135 
4329 36 
5390|37 
3648|38 
3406139 
2855140 



4181 



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126 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



rraskling 
Hlder 



Preacher 
in Charge 



District 
Work 



General and 
Conference Work 



7 1 
S| 
91 
101 
11 
12| 
13| 
14 
15| 
161 
17| 
18 
19 
20 
21 

23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 



Avery 

Boone 

Bostic 

Broad River 

Cliff side -Avondale 

Connelly Springs 

Dudley Shoals -Hudson . . . 

Elk Park 

Forest City 

Gilkey 

Glen Alpine 

Grace Chapel 

Granite Falls 

Henrietta- Caroleen 

Lenoir — First Church .... 

Lenoir Circuit 

Marion — Cross Mills 

First Church 

Marion Mills 

Marion Circuit 

McDowell Circuit 

Mill Spring 

Morganton — First Church 

North Forest 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort Station 

Old Fort Circuit 

Pleasant Grove 

Rutherford College 

Rutherfordton 

Spindale 

Sunshine 

Table Rock 

Valdese 

Watauga 

Whitnell 



Totals 



60 1 

160| 

100 1 

120| 

200| 

145| 

120| 

50j 

240| 

105| 

175| 

100 

180| 

160| 

360| 

135| 

85| 

350| 

140 1 

25 1 

90| 

30 

375j 

901 

125| 

801 

35| 

120| 

851 

240| 

160] 

40| 

90| 

75| 

117| 

_100| 

48621 



501 

160| 
100| 

12(1 
2(Mi| 
145| 
117| 

501 
210| 
105| 
175| 

50| 
180| 
160| 
360| 
135| 

85 
350| 
140| 

35 

90| 
. 30| 
3751 

90) 
135 1 

80| 

35| 
120| 

85| 
240| 
160| 

40 

90| 

751 
117| 
100| 



8U0| 
1300 
1700 
1165] 
1400| 
16001 
1200| 
10 00 1 
2600 
1161| 
1500 
1000| 
2200| 
1600| 
3600J 
1350| 

935| 
3000 
1600| 
1300 1 
1425| 

830| 
3600| 

910| 
15501 
10001 

525 1 
1200| 

950 1 
2400| 
1600] 

830| 
1100| 
11001 
1600| 
1320| 



710 
1400 
1700 
1240 
1400 
1600| 
1170| 

612| 
2600| 
1167| 
1507| 
1000| 
2240| 
1600| 
36001 
1350) 

935| 
3000| 
1600| 
1300| 
14251 

830| 
36001 

910 
1565 
1000 

5151 
1200| 

950| 
2400| 
1700| 

860| 
11001 
1100| 
1600| 
1425| 



16 
36| 
12 

8 
30 
16 
13 
14 

8 
36 

9 
16| 
101 



36| 
61 
81 

30 

16 

13 



16 



4809| 53954| 53911| 



16| 

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452[ 



16| 

131 
358| 22050! 



375 

745 

68 

49 

815 

500 

495 

37 

750 

600 

575 

250 

900 

500 

1920 
500 
300 

1500 
450 
300 
770 
465 

1920 
365 
745 
300 
150 
300 
375 
800 
500| 
465| 
4951 
300| 
670] 
4001 



160 
400 
225 
150 
500 
500 
2501 
100 
500 
165 
200 
175 
600 
225 

1000 
400 
250 

1500 
450 
300 
305 
100 

1920 

250 

275 

300 

75 

300 

400 

500 

500| 

1251 

200 

125| 

200| 

_ 100| 

T3725I 



160 
400 
225 
150 
500 
500 
250 
100 
500 
165 
200 
131 
650 
225 

1000 
275 
250 

1500 
450 
315 
236 
100 

1920 
250 
352 
250 
75 
300 
400 
270 
500 
125 
200 
125 
200 
110 
13359 



SALISBURY 



H 

21 
3 
41 
51 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10| 
HI 
13 

13 
141 
151 
16] 
171 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
21 
25| 
26 
27 
2N 
29 
39 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 



Advance 

Albemarle — Central 

First Street 

Tabernacle 

Albemarle Circuit 

Badin-New London 

China Grove 

Concord — Central 

Ep worth 

Forest Hill 

Harmony 

Kerr Street 

Rocky Ridge 

Westford 

Cooleemee 

Davie Circuit 

East Spencer-Yadkin 

Farmington 

Gold Hill 

Granite Quarry 

Jackson Park 

Kannapolis 

Lanriis 

Mocksville 

Mount Pleasant 

Mt. Olivet 

Norwood 

Norwood Circuit 

Pfeiffer Circuit 

Salem 

Salisbury — Coburn Memorial 

First Church 

Main Street 

Park Avenue 

Rowan 

Spencer — Central 

Woodleaf 



90| 
300| 
150| 

60| 
160| 
120| 
150| 
300| 
160| 
270| 

65| 
130| 

60 1 

90| 
150| 
120| 
100| 
120| 

85) 
1401 



260 

80| 
150 
180| 
150| 
1501 

60| 

50| 
140 
200| 
400| 

40| 
190| 

151 
270| 
1201 



90| 

300| 
150| 

601 
160| 
120| 
150| 
300| 
160| 
270| 

65| 
130| 

60| 

90| 
150| 
120| 
100| 
1201 

85| 
140| 
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260| 

80 
150| 
180| 
150| 
150| 

60| 

50| 
140| 
200| 
4001 

401 
190| 

15 1 
270| 
120| 



1050| 
33H()| 
2000| 

9001 
17001 
1500| 
1S00| 
30001 
1800| 
2700| 

900| 
1600| 

850| 
1000| 
1800| 
15001 
1250] 
1500 
1250 
1700 

215 
3000| 

900| 
1800| 
2000| 
1800| 
1800| 

900| 

800! 
1600| 
2250| 
4000| 

400| 
2000| 

300| 
2700| 
16001 



1050| 
3300| 
2000| 

900 
1700| 
1500 
1800| 
3000| 
1800| 
2700| 

900| 
1712| 

854| 
1000| 
20001 
1500| 
1298| 
1500| 
1250| 
1700| 

230 . 
3000| 
1100| 
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1800| 

900| 

800| 
1600| 
2250| 
4000| 

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3001 
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20 


500 


9 


300 


17 


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15 


450 


18 


600 


30 


1500 


18 


600 


27 


1325 


9 


200 


16 


400 


9 


260 


10 


423 


18 


600 


15 


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13 


200 


15 


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13 


300 


16 


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181 

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161 



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350| 

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200| 

500 

1000 

2500 

50 1 

9001 

40 

1200| 

385 



175j 

1918 

400| 
1751 
500 
325 
300 

1500 
450 

1325 
2001 
200 
260 
423 
250 
275| 
1501 
215 
300| 
3001 



175 

1918 
400 
175 
500 
325 
300 

1500 
450 

1325 
200 
200 
260 
423 
250 
275 
150 
215 
300 
300 



1 
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500| 
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500] 
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150 

90 

275 

500] 

2500| 

50| 
5001 

40 
800 
385 



16S5 
200 
500 
600 
500 
550 
150 

90 

250 

500 

2500 

50 
500 

40 
800 
385 



Totals | 5275| 5275| 61065| 65879| 611| 603| 23586| 18916| 18941 



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— (Continued) 



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299 


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2563 


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2675 


244 


2312 




206 


3369 




160 


1284 


100 


1241 


12531 




280 


2453 


340 


826 


5729 




211 


2402 


340 


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2579 


25 


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4848 


84 


171 


2572 




| 395 


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1 715 


4081 


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2750 




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1883 


354 


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2764 


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2927 




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2983 





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4028|31 
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2239|34 
2927|35 
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170 
170 
180 
350| 
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103 
173 
105 
110 
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182 
125 
196 
164 
188 



821 






105 


438 





180! 




1620 


45 


637 


74 


400 




3048 


520 


585 


21 


3750 


216 


18 




2189 


25 


850 


64 


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408 
140 
203 
270 
219 
247 

84 
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181 
225 
854 

40 
278 

30 
270 
184 



157 

380 

250 

2607 

1153 

3000 

525 

315 

4203 

700 

45 

600 



260 
1871 
1410 



140 
550 
500 
600 



120 
18 
25 
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175 

1000 

247 

77 
184 
303 
313 
450 
450 
2050 
145 
208 

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139 
343 

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544 
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771 
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663 
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259 
313 
312 

2659 

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520 

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5319 12 
2493 13 
7923 14 
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3077| 19 
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128 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



STATESVILLE 



Presiding 

Elder 



Treacher 
in Charge 



District 
Work 



General and 
Conference Work 



2 
■'■ 
4 
5 
6 
71 
8 

10| 

11 
12 1 

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16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



28 
29 
30 
31| 
32 

34 
35 
36 

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Balls Creek 

Bethel-Fairgrove 

Catawba 

Cool Spring's 

Creston 

Davidson-Fairview 

Elkin 

Blkin Circuit 

Elmwood 

Helton 

Hickory — First Church . . . 

Highlands-Rhodhiss 

Westview 

Hiddenite 

Jefferson 

Jonesville 

Laurel Springs 

Maiden 

Mooresville — Broad Street 

Central 

Jones Memorial 

Mooresville Circuit 

Moravian Falls 

Newton 

North Wilkesboro 

Olin 

Shepherds 

South Iredell 

Sparta 

Statesville — Broad Street . 

Race Street 

Statesville Circuit 

Stony Point 

Taylorsville 

Todd 

Troutman 

YVarrensville 

West Jefferson 

Wilkesboro 



117 

84 

180 

144 

70 

122 

243 

49 

95 

80 

324 

90 

162 

129 

90 

65 

36 

144 

10S 

2U2 

36 

135 

81 

198 

188 

77 

99 

63 
324 
225 
124 

IMS 

129 
63 

121 
39 
81 

150 



117| 
84 
1801 
13l| 
651 
122| 
24 3 1 

95] 

75 

324| 

81 

58| 

122| 

90| 

65| 

36j 

144| 

83 1 

202| 

■36| 

135| 

811 

198| 

188| 

77| 

99| 

75| 

51| 

324| 

225| 

124| 

108| 

1241 

61] 

121| 

39| 

Sl| 

150| 



1300 

941 

2000 

1600 

797 

1350 

2700 

550 

1050 

900 

3600 

1000 

1800 

1437 

900 

735 

400 

1600 

1200 

2250 

400 

1500 

900 

2200 

2750| 

918| 

11001 

925| 

704| 

3600| 

2500| 

1386| 

1200| 

1450| 

702| 

1350| 

440| 

900| 

1700| 



1280 

941 
2000| 
1500 

757 
1350 
2700 

432 
1050 

845 
3600 

900 
1400 
1328 
1015 

735 

400 
1700 

920 
2250| 

400| 
1500| 

900| 
2250| 
2750| 

918| 
1100 1 

925| 

570| 
3600| 
2500| 
1390| 
1200| 
1400| 

675| 
1350| 

440| 

900| 
1700| 



81 

■••I 
201 



22 
251 



13 
4 
9 

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7 

20| 



27| 



36 















9 
















23 

4 

15 


23 

4 

15 



111 



36| 
25| 

6 
121 



400 


3001 


325 


325 


925 


700 


690 


420 


205 


90 


465 


150| 


1300 


1300| 


160 


50| 


270 


210 


375 


160| 


2750 


25001 


340 


200 


700 


200 


565 


275 


490 


130 


175 


75 


165 


55j 


490 


3161 


425 


120 


1300 


825| 


100 


50| 


6,i0 


400 


280 


150| 


1450 


10251 


1600 


1000| 


220 


100J 


575 


3251 


250 


100 


310 


1501 


2750 


1600| 


1400 


10001 


625 


400| 


510 


300 


535 


317 


285 


1001 


475 


350 


230 


50 


270 


80 


445 


125 



260 

325 

700 

324 

SO 

150 

1300 

13 

215 

140 

2500 

165 

180 

245 

130 

75 

50 

316 

24 

825 

50 

440 

150 

1025 

1000 

100 

325 

95 

71 

1600 

1000 

400 

300 

134 

S9 

350 

50 

81 

125 



Totals 



4850| 4646| 54735| 53571| 323| 316| 25475| 16023| 15402 



WAYNESVILLE 



Andrews 

Bethel 

Brevard 

Brevard Circuit . 
Bryson City 

Canton 

Clyde 

Crabtree 

Cullowhee 

Dellwood 

Fines Creek 

Franklin 

Franklin Circuit 

Hayesville 

Highlands 

Jonathan 

Junaluska 

Macon Circuit . . 

Murphy 

Murphy Circuit . 
Robbinsville 

Sylva 

Waynesville 

Webster 

Whittier 



150 
77 

180 
46 

110 

330 

120 
85 

103 
80 
75 

ISO 
90 

110 
60 
70 

140 
90 

200 
50 
50 

200 

260 
80 



150| 

71 

180| 

46| 

110| 

330| 

120| 

85| 

103 

80 

66| 

180| 

100| 

110| 

60| 

51| 

140| 

90 

200| 

50 1 

50| 

200| 

312| 

.1 



62| 



15001 
770| 

1800| 
455| 

1100| 

3300| 

1200 
850 

1035 
800 
750 

1800 
900 

1100 
600 
700 

1400| 
900| 

2000| 
5001 
500| 

2000| 

26()0| 
800| 
720| 



1500| 
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2200| . 
219| 

1100| 

3300| . 

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850| 

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1800| 

1000| 

1100| 
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2600| 
737| 
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660 
319 

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484 
376 
376 
374 
337 
660 
398 
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330 
374 
660 
352 
880 
220 
209 
814] 

1244] 
393| 
157| 



300| 
200| 
300| 
59 
165| 

1400| 
2001 
125 
225| 
100| 
971 
400| 
100| 
175 
100 
110 
250 
1501 
300 
100 
109 1 
400| 

1244 

115 

90 



300 
200 
300 
59 
165 

1400 
200 
J 25 
225 
100 
100 
400 
125 
175 
100 
55 
250 
150 
300 
100 
109 
400 

1245 
98 

70 

6751 



| Totals | 3008| 2946| 30080| 29936| 104| 115| 129001 6S14| 



Western North Carolina Conference 



129 



— (Continued) 



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RAISED DURING THE YEAR 









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323 

82 

48 

150 

400 

10 



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75 
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121 



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161 
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11|. 

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107 
64 

600 
56 

150 

100 
94 
22 
20 

162 
62 

276 
55 

187 
90 

300 

379 
91 

137 
92 
50 

503 

295 

152 

144 
64 
22 

154 
30 
90 

125 



75 

289 

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59 



1000 
4809 



441 

25 

30 

205 

30 

344 

3673 

46 

152 

660 

200 



179 
19 
IS 
24 
33 



1327 



25 

60 

131 



186 

10 

111 



128 

446 

10 

80 



706 



24301 
35001 



4261| 
9861 
400| 
200| 
264| 
660 
978 



320 
42 
37 
15 
52 



100 
315 
100 



1863 



2962 

630 

40 

107 

300 

40 

167 

5 



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350 

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1875 
50 



1919 



315 



800 

112 
150 
125 

2040 



275 
147 



124 
233 



34 
320 



10 



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518 

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285 
414 
247 

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119 

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562|. 

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267| . 



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2468 

30299 
3435 
1118 
4012 
7499 
1928 
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2439 

18985 
1578 
2793] 
4369 
2235 
1547 
556 



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116 



5701 



154 

485 



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1729 
493 
127 
248 
196] 

27| 
130| 

21 
201 



2000| 285 



840 
594 
164 
328 
310 
713 
595 
47 
366 
111 
97] 

2293 
728 
440 

1006 
366 
143 
304 
151 
146 
332 



953 

51 

121 



75 



6353| 
6056 

942 
3769 
1976 
6446 
7704 
1376 
5257 
5343 

8711 
17790 
7157 
3132 
3399 
3223 
1717 67 
3716 153| 

771 69 
33881 110 
5087 



2607 

2468 
27209 

3391] 

1118 

4012 

7383 

1928 

1741 

2439 
18415 

1578 

2793 

4369 

2081 

1062 
556 

3487J18 

5400|19 



265 

140 

16 



602 



10061 



6005 

821 21 
3769 22 
1901|23 
6446 24 
7704 25 
137626 
4992|27 
5203 28 

855|29 
17790|30 
6555|31 
3 132 | 32 
2393|33 
3223 34 
1650|35 
3563|36 

702|37 
3278|38 
5087|39 



11321|12366| | 19183|188569| 8087|180482| 



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9 
5 

5 

6 
45| 
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2 
15 

4 

4 
23 
25| 

7 



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13|. 
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150 
46 



110 

381 

182 

85 

103 

104 

10 

180 

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60| 

20 

15 

165| 

90| 

200| 

50 

50 

217 

296 

40 

45 



137 

565 
75 
50 

446 
2577 

300 
17 

335 
3500 

120 



325 
3971 
210 
125 
360 
200 
950 



1813 
638 
919 
180 
133 



90 



101 

4 

24 

96 

10 



12 



210 



34 



151 
4 



332 
10 



117 

945 

50 

67 

25 

30 

18 

236 

160 



201 177 

6 421 
1286| 650 



100 



10 

295 



389 
679 
2S5 
17 
175 
429 



210 



.... 103. 
188| 261]. 
680| 185. 



S13 



49 
370 



300 

506 

15 

75 

851 

20 



6001 575 



12| 113 



11|. 



696 

800 

153 

77] 



400 
123 
475 

70 
100 
654 
449 
2 
181 
250 

89 1 
370 
168 
494 
117 
122 
378 
167 
472 

46 
283 
267 
482 
174! 
122| 



3305 
2166 
5352 

506 
2673 
10423 
2869 
1549 
2244 
5347 
1075 
3398 
2475 
6793 
1655] 

9421 

3430 183 

1639| 

5597| 

1257| 

2959| 113 



215 
86 
17 

100 
22 
10 

150| 

'825 



3132 
1755 
5189 
506 
2673 
10208 
2783 
1532 
2144 
5325(10 
1065 11 
3248|12 
2475|13 
5968|14 



4718| 
7582 
1432 

1147 



575 

251 

45 

13 



1655 
942 16 
3247 17 
1639 18 
5597|19 
1257|20 
2846|21 



4143 
7331 
1387 
1134 



2681 



41| 2833| 17946| 932| 42801 3339|6G86| | 6455] 825331 3352|79181| 



130 



Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 



TABLE NO. 3 



WINSTON-SALEM 



Presiding 
Elder 



Preacher 
in Charge 



District 

Work 



General and 
Conference Work 



L0 
11 
12 

13| 
141 
15 

it; 

17| 
18| 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34| 
35 



Ararat 

Danbury 

Davidson 

Denton 

Dobson 

Doub's 

Forsyth 

Hanes-Clemmons 

Kernersville 

Lewisville 

Lexington — Erlanger 

First Church 

Linwood 

Mount Airy — Central 

Rockford Street 

Mount Airy Circuit 

Pilot Mountain 

Reeds 

Rural Hall 

Sandy Ridge 

Thomasville — Main Street 

Trinity-Bethel 

Thomasville Circuit 

Walkertown 

Walnut Cove 

Welcome 

Winston- Salem — Ardmore 

Burkhead 

Centenary 

Central Terrace 

Grace 

Green Street 

Hiatt Memorial 

Ogburn Memorial 

Yadkinville 



••I 



30| 
50| 

200| 
100| 
125| 

60| 
140| 
100| 
160| 

75| 

85| 
350| 
110| 
350| 

90 [ 
140| 
125| 

30| 
140| 

40| 
350| 
100| 
180| 
170| 
1'10| 
170| 
175| 
240| 
700 1 
120| 
125| 
180| 

60| 
150| 
1401 



Totals 



5500| 



30 1 

50| 

200| 

100J 

125| 

60| 
140| 
100 1 
160] 

75 1 

80 
350 
110j 
350| 

90| 
140| 
125| 

30| 
1401 

40| 
350| 
100| 
180 
170 
140 
170j 
175| 
240| 
700| 
120| 
125| 
180| 

55 

150| 

140 | 

54901 



380| 
1010| 
2250 
1225 
1230 
1200 
2200 

925 
2000 
1600 
1425 
36001 
1625 1 
3000| 

900| 
1600| 
1275| 

450| 
1520| 

900| 

36 

1300| 
2200| 
2000| 
1520| 
1950| 
2600| 
27401 
6000 1 
1800| 
1600| 
2100| 
1366| 
2700| 
1400 | 
651911 



380| 
10201. 
2250| 
1225| . 
1230| 
1200| . 
2200| 

925| 
2000| 
1600| 
1325| 
36001 
1625| 
3300| 

900| 
1600| 
12751 

450| 
1520| 

900| 
3600| 
1300| 
2200| 
2000| 
1520| 
1950| 
2600| 
2740| 
6000] 
1850| 
1765| 
2100| 
1275| . 
2700| 
1480| 



L6I 



881 

80 . 

64| 

54) . 
114 

65 
120 

36 

64 

56| 

18 

60 

36 
144 

88 

80 

60 

78 
1041 
108 
240 

72 

64 

S4 



601 
14 



656051 23251 



1441 

120 

18| 

6 

5 1 
181 

HI 

36 

144 

8S 
80 



104 
108 
240 



84 
10 
60 
14 
1711 



250 
450 
750 
300 
650 
300 
600 
375 
600 
300 
400 

2400 
550 

2200 
300 
750 
650 
60 
700 
250 

2600 
300 
750| 
750 
625 
700 
950 

1750 

7500 
600 
550 
900 
300 
700 

690| 

325001 



50 
200 
525 
150 
250 
235 
450 
170 
250 
200 
150 

2000 
425 

2000 
150 
225| 
200| 
651 
300| 
100| 

2000| 
250| 
5001 
500 
270 
650 
800 

1200 

7500 
350 
300 
420 
228 
400 
235| 
"2369S| 



50 
200 
525 
150 
250 
235 
450 
170 
250 
200 
115 

2000 
425 

2000 
150 
225 
200 
65 
300 
100 

2000 
250 
500 
500 
270 
650 
800 

1200 

7500 
350 
300 
420 
211 
400 
235 
23646 



DISTRICTS 



RECAPITU 



1 1 Asheville 

2 Charlotte 

3 Gastonia 

4 Greensboro 

5 Marion 

6| Salisbury 

7 Statesvfle 

81 Waynesville . . . 
9 1 Winston- Salem 



4346| 
5306| 
5166| 
5187| 
4862| 
52751 
■/S50| 
3008| 
55001 



4356| 414121 41577! 

5306! 67169| 67242| 

5089| 57350| 56696| 

5142| 76315| 76345| 

4809| 53954| 53911| 

5275| 610651 61879| 

4646| 54735| 53571| 

2946| 30080| 29936| 

5490! 65191| 656051 



1240 
342 
367 
721 
452 
611 
323 
104 

2325 



1200| 


21342 


13095| 


8361 


30898 


26685| 


369 


28453 


1S341| 


679 1 


33929 


28004| 


358 1 


22050 


137251 


603| 


23586 


18916| 


316| 


25475 


16023| 


115| 


12900 


6814] 


17111 


32500 


2369S| 



Totals 



43500| 43059|507271|506762| 6485| 5687|231133|165301| 164041 



Western North Carolina Conference 



131 



— (Continued) 



DISTRICT 



RAISED DURING THE YEAR 



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14 , 
6 . 

13 . 
381. 



71. 
65| . 
101 . 

31|. 
5 . 

4|. 

8!. 
15| . 

1|. 

2|. 
16| . 
31| . 
161. 



13|. 
HI. 

9|. 

31. 

51 . 
13|. 



41 
64 
294] 
80j 
150| 
152| 
320| 
136| 
180| 
ISO 
118 
460 
241 1 
358 
107 
109 
20 
40 
204 
90 
5S5 
131 
449 
312 
183 
309 
320 
466 
1862 
180 
160 
210 
110 
150 
155 



1200 

514 

700 

211 

4061| 

1076 

2500] 

475| 

1096| 

50 

1118| 

125| 

500| 

186| 



92j 



155| 
50 
89| 
26 . 

80| 

1721 



9Sj 
5441 
100 1 
260| 
308| 
519| 
■I 



272 



142| 



251| 



!| S926| 



235 
2000| 

350|. 

383 . 
76] 

400| 
2015| 

6061 

80 

1400 

1002| 

960| 
5000| 

253| 

500| . 

285| 

250| 

550| 

610|_ 

30767| 



451 
60| 



610] 

88| 

50 

269 1 

248| 

1069| 

64 

■I 



S60 
105 
655 
238 
45 
2000 
292 



150 

32! 



45] 
40 1 
50| 

11S| 
3560| 

235| 



196 



441 



103 1 
26| I 

44| 3171 



162| 

162| 

800| 

48 



99] 
15| 
55 1 
36| 



400| 
2000! 
2282| 
222| 
255] 
347| 
150| 
513| 
270| 



500 

164 

24 

251 

125 

84 

4417 



7662 
211 
400 
96 
300 



201 



50| 

73 

952 

391 

145 

1981 

314 

2S8 

473 

275 

95 

1094 

290 

923 

120 

195 

215 

465 

229 



1460 

103 

557 

215 

190 

S17 

1626 

1109 

11247 

306 

193 

507 

146 

743 

333 



581 

98 

809 

314 

98 

456 

900 

372 

205 

481] 

295 

1109| 

554| 

715| 

196 

210 

232 

602'] 

589| 

235| 

1259| 

618| 

1361| 

11161 

352| 

1375| 

1522| 

2148| 

5056| 

596| 

312| 

673| 

858] 

834| 

390| 



612 

2803 
6511 
3070 
2658 
8544 
7044 
4633 
5098 
4484 
217 
12311 
3964 
9651 
1841 
2516 
2402| 
3774| 
35971 
1917| 
13685| 
3340| 
7476| 
5825| 
2907| 
7347| 
13128 
11163] 
791341 
4221| 
4046| 
5010| 
3383| 
6160] 
3877| 



171 
69 



1S69 



44S 



840 
58 
30 



524 



214 



89 



131 

500 
292 
510 
445 



3002| 15472 490981281201. 



2699812603051 6227 



612 
2632 
6442 
3070] 
265S| 
6675| 
7044] 
4633| 
4650| 
4484 
2136 
12311 
3124 
9593 
1811 
2516 
2402 
3250 
3597 
1917 
13685 
3340 
7476 
5611 
2907 
7258 
13128 
11032 
78634 
.3929 
3536 
4565 
3383 
6160 
3 877 
254078 



LATION 



581| | | 4354] 22149| 

763| 203| 18! 8097|136452] 

508| 96| i 6843| 36152] 

612| 418| 10! 97931 61226| 

5921 245| | 57551 40589| 

301| 2201 | 75381 39701| 

955! 28| 20| 59471 538331 

26S| 5| 41| 2833| 17946| 

1373| 94 1 3| 8 926 1 3 0767] 

5953| 1309| 92| 600S6|438R15| 199651120160 



1415| 
3302| 
2176| 
3883| 
13831 
2451 
1421| 
932| 
3002| 



9388 
14450| 
19613| 
23238| 

10625] 

13534| 

9560| 

4280| 

15472] 



14561] 
50914| 

6110] 
346071 
11139| 

86S1I 
11321| 

3339| 
49098] 
18977011424241 183| 



122091 
19184]. 
11447|. 
25671| 
12096). 
146451 
12366|. 
6686|. 
28120 . 



15625| 14O540| 5158| 135382| 
291941 362146| 9921| 352225] 
193231 182687 4373| 178314| 
315471 301136 11077] 290059 
168371 171698 S931| 1627671 
24348| 198202| 57261 1924761 
19183| 188569| 8087| 180482| 
64551 825331 3352 79181| 
26998) 260305| 6227| 254078J 
18951 0|T88781 6|62852| 1824964 1 



32 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 

STATISTICAL TABLE NO. 4— SUPERANNUATE ENDOWMENT 



ASHEVILLE DISTRICT 



CHARGES 












a 
o 








£ cd 




sis 




5? M v 


S 6 






































3? 




(V ■* c 




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$ 


100.00|$ 
25.00| 
10.00 


100.65 $ 




$ 




16.00 
12.27 






9.00 























Totals 



135.001$ 128.921$., 



9.00 



CHARLOTTE DISTRICT 



( Ihadwick 
Morven . . 



75.00|$. 



18.001 



75.00 



Totals 



75.001$ |$ 



18.001? 



75.00 



GASTONIA DISTRICT 



Belwood 

Bessemer City 

Oherryville — First 

Oramerton 

Grouse 

Dallas-High Shoals 

Gastonia — Trinity 

Goodsonville 

Kings Mountain , 

Lincoln 

Lowell 

McAdenville 

Shelby— Lafayette Street 

Shelbyville 

South Fork 

Stanley 



400.00|$. 

200.00|.. 

100.00|.. 

200.001 

160.00| 

100.001 

331.00| 

100.00) 

500.00|.. 

200.00| 

200.00| 

200. 00| 

140.001.. 

200.00| 

100.001 

100.001.. 



25.00| 
103.00| 
20.00| 
83.00| 
42.00! 



10.001 . 

150.00| . 

39.00|. 



35.00 . 

31.001 



400.00 
200.00 
100.00 
175.00 

57.00 

80.00 
248.00 

58.00 
500.00 
190.00 

50.00 
161.00 
140.00 
165.00 

69.00 
100.00 



Totals 



3231.001$ 



38.00| 1$ 2693.00 



GREENSBORO DISTRICT 



Albemarle — First 

Asheboro 

Bessemer 

Cedar Falls 

Coleridge 

Farmer 

Gibsonville 

Bethel-Grace 

Greensboro — Carraway Memorial 

Centenary 

College Place 

Glenwood 

Proximity 

South Greensboro 

West Greensboro 

Glenwood-West Market ... 

Highland 

High Point — Main Street 

Calvary 

Ward Street -Archdale 

Jamestown-Oakdale 

Liberty 

New Hope 

Pjeasant Garden 

Randleman 

Randolph 

Reidsville — Central 

Reidsville Circuit 

Rutfln 

Stokesdale 

Stoneville-Mayodan 

Summerfield 



1182 

80 

200, 

50, 

80 

100 

200 

365 

200 

200 

1424 

200 

200 

100 

356 

2000 

40 

800 

200 

200 

600 

100 

50 

400 

250 

400. 

984 

200, 

100 

200 

50 

400, 



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00| 

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37|. 

00| 

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00| 

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00| . 
00| 
00| 
00|. 
00| 

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00| 
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5.00| . 
25.00| . 
10.00|. 
26.50|. 



39.00|. 



150.00|. 
200.00| . 



200.00 . 

56.00| . 
49.98 . 

11.45]. 
27.00[. 
60.00| . 



4.00|. 

20.00| . 

20.00| . 

33.32|. 

. 



100. 00|. 
55.001. 



5.00|. 
5.00| . 



1482.00 

75.00 

j.75.00 

40.00 

53.50 

100.00 

x61.00 

365.00 

50.00 



1424.37 



144.00 

50.02 

344.55 

1973.00 



196.00 
180.00 
580.00 

66.68 

50.00 
400.00 
250.00 
300.00 
929.00 
200.00 

50.00 
200.00 

45.00 
395.00 



Totals 1$ 12211.371$ 1152. 25|$ |$ 11079.12 



Western North Carolina Conference 

STATISTICAL T«BLE NO. A — (Continued) 



33 



MARION DISTRICT 



CHARGES 




•a 


c 






£ rt 


° 3* 


te "3 ■§ 


8 b 




gs 


2~§ 








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£«<? 




03 ~ 



Avery 

Bakersville 

Broad River 

Burke 

Cross. Mill 

Elk Park 

Forest City 

Glen Alpine 

Marion — First 

Marion 

McDowell 

Mill Spring 

Morganton — First 

Morganton Circuit 

Old Fort 

Old Fort Circuit 

R.utherfordton 

Rutherford College 

Spindale-Pleasant Grove 



10.00|5 

10.00| 

25.00| 

25.00| 

10.001 

10.001 

50.00|. 

25.00| 

200.00| 
25.00| 
50.00| 
50.00| 

200.001 
25.001 
50.001 
10.001 

100.001 
70.00| 
50.001 



30.00|3 
5.00| . 

84.00.. 

25.00| . 

10.001 . 
5.101. 



25.00| . 
200.00| . 

17.71| . 

50.00| . 

65.00] . 
200.00| . 

14.00| . 

50.00| . 
4.00| . 

14.75| . 

83.25! . 

56.851. 



Concord-Harmony 
Granite Quarry 

Bandis 

Salisbury 

Spencer 

Woodleaf 



40.00|$ 
400.00|.. 

46.00| 

100.00|. . 

1000.001.. 

60.001 



40.001$. 



14.00! 



30.00| . 



5.00 



4.90 
50.00 



7.29 



11.00 



6.00 
85.25 



Table Rock 


! 30.00] 30.00| 


I--- 




Totals . 




.. .1$ 


169.44 










SALISBURY DISTRICT 



400.00 

32.00 

100.00 

1000.00 

30.00 



Totals 



1646.00|$ 



84.00| |$ 1562.00 



STATESVILLE DISTRICT 





| 40.00|$ 
400.00| . . . 


17.00 






400.00 


Hickorv — Highland-Rhodhiss 


80.00| 
20.00| 
40.00| 
500.00| . . . 




33 00 

20.00 

7.00 


| 47.00 




| 33.00 




[ 500.00 




40.001 
$ 41.00$ 

345.001 
40.001 

inn.om 
40.001 
40.00| 
40.00 
24.001 


35.00 
11.00 
100.00 
26.00 
27.00 
20 00 
19.00 
12 00 
24.00 


| 5.00 




$ |$ 30.00 




1 245.00 




| 14.00 


Statesville — Race Street 


! 73.00 




20.00 




| 21.00 




| 28.00 











Totals 1$ 1790.001$ 



351.001 1$ 1439.00 



34 Minutes of the Forty-Ninth Session 

STATISTICAL TABLE NO. A — (Continued) 



WAYNESVILLE DISTRICT 



CHARGES 














Tj 


o 


















° -S o 


o- o 


liE 
















S, <v 


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pq *" 



Andrews 

Bethel 

Bryson City 

Canton 

Cherokee Mission 

Clyde-Lake Junaluska 

Cullowhee 

Dellwood 

Fines Creek 

Franklin 

Gienville 

Hayesville 

Haywood 

Highlands 

.Tonatha?! 

Judson 

Macon 

Murphy 

Murphy Circuit 



225.00|$ 
100.001 
200.00 
200.001 
8.10| 
400.001 

SO. 00 1 . . 
100.001 . . 
50.00 
80.001 
5.00| . . 
40.00 
80.00| 
80.00| 
100.001. 
10.001. . 
100.00J 
200.001.. 
20.00| 



ioo.oom 

45.25| . 

35.00| . 

200.00| . 

8.10| . 

78.001. 



19.50| . 
23.01| . 



10.00| 
12.50| 
23.001 



7.00 



Oak Ridge 

Burkhead 

Green Street 

Mount Airy Circuit 
Pilot Mountain 
Sandy Ridge 



25.00|$ |$. 

104.001 33.00.. 



200.00| 

100.00 
5.001 



15.00| . 
20.00J. 
13.001. 



5.00 



125.00 

54.75 

165.00 



322.00 
80.00 

100.00 
30.50 
56.99 
5.00 
30.00 
67.50 
57.00 

100.00 
10.00 
93.00 

200.00 



Webster 


80.00| 10.001 




70.00 


Whittier 


. .1 80.00| 17.001 




63.00 
















1629.74 


WINSTON-SALEM DISTRICT 



25.00 
71.00 



185.00 
80.00 



Totals 



434.001$ 



81.00 



5.001$ 



361.00 



RECAPITULATION 



Asheville 

Charlotte 

Gastonia 

Greensboro . . . 

Marion 

Salisbury 

Statesville . . . . 
Waynesville . . 
Winston-Salem 



135.0013 

75.00|. 

3231.00| 

12211.371 

1025.00! 

1646.00! 

1790.00| 

2238.10| 

434.00| 



128 



538 

1152 

969 

84 
351 
608 

81 



921$. 

..I 

00!.. 



Totals 1$ 22785.47!$ 391: 



66|.. 
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62|. . 

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45| $ 



18.00| 

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5.00! 



9.00 

75.00 

2693.00 

11079.42 

169.44 

1562.00 

1439.00 

1629.74 

361.00 



23.00!$ 19017.30 



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JOSEPH JACKSON EDWARDS 

Rev. Joseph Jackson Edwards, a faithful minister and a loyal friend, died 
almost instantly when he slipped on ice and fell at his home, the Murphy Circuit 
parsonage, on December 9, 193 7. He was seventy years of age, having been born 
on September 11, 1867, in Scott County, Virginia. He spent the greater part of 
his early life, however, prior to his ministry, in Haywood County, North Caro- 
lina. He received his formal education at Clyde Academy, but he continued to 
be an earnest student throughout life. 

His first marriage was to Miss Rachel D. Hipps on January 14, 1894, with 
Rev. R. C. Chambers as the officiating clergyman. To this union were born seven 
children, five of whom with their mother preceded him to the grave. The two 
surviving children are Mrs. Daisy Edwards Vance of Plumtree, and Tevis Edgar 
Edwards of Mars Hill. His second marriage was to Miss S. Aline Umberger on 
March 22, 1911. Rev. E. L. Bain was the officiating minister. To this union was 
born one daughter, now Mrs. E. Brooke Edwards Hayes of Franklin, North 
Carolina. 

Brother Edwards was licensed to preach by the session of the Franklin District 
Conference which was held at Bryson City on July 29, 1898. He served as 
supply pastor from 1898 to 1901, when he was admitted into the Western North 
Carolina Conference at the session held in Gastonia. During his thirty-six years as 
an active, earnest, and useful member of the Conference, he served the follow- 
ing charges: Webster, Glenville, Whittier, Hickory Circuit, Troutman, Cool 
Springs, Taylorsville, Marshville, Thrift-Moores, Polkton, Chadwick, Prospect, 
Stokesdale, Olin, Franklin Circuit, and Murphy Circuit, his last charge, which 
he had served only a little more than a month. 

After a funeral service conducted in Troutman M. E. Church by Rev. W. A. 
Rollins, presiding elder of the Waynesville District, assisted by Rev. John W. 
Hoyle, Jr., of Statesville, and Rev. John W. Moore of Marion, the body was 
laid to rest in the family plot of the church cemetery to await the Resurrection 
morn. 

Brother Edwards was a fluent speaker who could be easily understood. Some- 
one once said of him, "He had the gift of a voice that the 'had to hear' could 
hear." He was a good preacher and a hard worker, strong in his convictions and 
successful in revival meetings. He manifested great interest in the people whom 
he served and always labored to show them that Faith and Works go together. 
I was Brother Edward's pastor when he was licensed to preach, and I kept in 
touch with him as long as he lived. As I always considered him to be one of my 
closest friends, we often discussed our many problems together. Our last con- 
versation was in Asheville at the Annual Conference when we had a very pleasant 
time reviewing the past and looking to the future. I shall miss this good friend, 
but, if I am faithful, I shall expect to meet him with Jesus in the "Sweet Bye 
and Bye." May God bless the wife and children left behind and comfort them 
in their lonely hours. 

T. B. TOHNSON. 



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JOSEPH M. FOLGER 

The Reverend Joseph M. Folger, the son of J. G. and May Blackwood Folger, 
was a native of Surry County and a member of a prominent family. He was 
born near Rockford, N. C., September 25, 1881, and was, at his death, Novem- 
ber 20, 193 7, just a little more than 5 6 years of age. 

On June 12, 1913, he was married to Miss Emma Welch, of Mt. Airy. She 
was always a strong support and helper in his work, and still lives to bless all 
who come under her touch. Besides his devoted wife, he is survived by two 
promising children, Joseph C. and Delia Welch Folger; and by one sister, Miss 
Beulah Folger, of Rural Hall, and three brothers, Grady Folger, of Winston- 
Salem, M. N. Folger, of Lumberton, and the Reverend J. S. Folger, a member 
of this Conference. 

After attending the schools of his county, he received his law degree at the 
University of Chattanooga. For a short time thereafter he practiced law, and 
gave promise of becoming successful in this field. But he gave up his law practice 
when convinced that he was called of God to the ministry. He was licensed to 
preach and admitted into the Western North Carolina Conference in 1910. He 
received ordination to the office of deacon in 1912 bv Bishop Collins Denny, 
and was ordained elder by Bishop R. G. Waterhouse in 1914. During his eighteen 
years of active ministry he served acceptablv the following charges: East Bend, 
1910-12; Rural Hall, " 1912-14; Mt. Airy Circuit, 1914-15; Draper, 1915-17; 
Saluda, 1917-19; Mills River, 1919-2-1; Asbury Memorial, 1921-25; and Pros- 
pect, 1925-28. Owing to ill health, he was granted the superannuate relation 
in 1928. He had made his home in Mt. Airy since his superannuation. 

Mere words are too empty to express the worth of his life and service to 
the church. He was a faithful minister of Jesus Christ. He was a sound and sane 
preacher of the Gospel, and a kind and sympathetic pastor. His consecrated life 
and service will long be remembered in the charges where he served as pastor. 
After coming to Mt. Airy to live, he and his family contributed much to the 
religious life of the town. He was a faithful attendant at Sunday school and 
church, and always did what he could to advance the cause of His Master. He 
was at prayer meeting just three days before God called him higher. He had 
looked forward all the week to teaching a class of boys and attending church 
on Sunday morning, but instead he had the privilege of worshipping with the 
redeemed hosts in the Church Triumphant. 

Brother Folger possessed a strong and beautiful Christian character. He had 
a keen mind and was a good student. Even after his retirement from the active 
ministry, he continued to read and study. He was naturally quiet and unassuming. 
He made no show of his religion. Yet how real was his experience with God! 
He lived on a very high plane. His entire life was caught up in spiritual con- 
cern and interests. One could not long be in his presence without realizing that 
he was a man of God. The estimate of all who knew him was that he wad 
a genuinely good man. That is the highest tribute that can be paid to any man 
and one richly deserved by our brother. 

Brother Folger's going was sudden and unexpected. Just a short time after 
finishing the evening meal with his wife and daughter he was stricken with a 
heart attack, from which he never rallied. The funeral service, participated in 
by Dr. W. A. Lambeth, Reverends H. G. Hardin, Jr., and S"eth Hinshaw, and 
the writer, was conducted in Central Methodist Church, Mt. Airy, at 2 o'clock 
Monday afternoon, November 22, after which his body was laid to rest in 
Oakdale Cemetery. 

We are deeply grateful that such a good life has passed this way. He has 
left us a noble heritage — the example and influence of a pure and spotless life. 
While there is an element of sadness in his going, there is also joy and victory. 



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Another comrade has finished his earthly ministry with honor, and has gone to 
an appointment where his ministry will not be handicapped and cut short because 
of a broken body. The triumphant words of St. Paul may be fittingly spoken 
of Brother Folger: "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I 
have kept the faith: henceforth there is laid up for mc a crown of righteousness." 

"Servant of God, well done! 
Thy glorious warfare's past, 
The battle's fought, the race is run, 
And thou art crowned at last." 

WALTER J. MILLER. 



B. F. HARGETT 

Life has been epitomized as consisting of what one is, what one does, what 
one does without and one's preparation for departure. What a man is, what he 
does, what he does without and his manner of leaving this world is a fair ap- 
praisal of his character. 

As to the first factor, all who knew the Rev. B. F. Hargett recognized His 
genuineness. The motto of our State: "to be rather than to seem to be" applies 
to his sincere and unpretentious manhood in an unusual way. It was this open 
and easily recognized sincerity which made him wear well with people and 
gave him respect and leadership with his churches and communities. He stayed 
six years on one pastorate, five on another and was in and near Charlotte for 
fifteen years. If there was one thing about him on which all his brother ministers 
and friends would agree without dissent it was this: he was a true man. The 
record of what he did grows and of what he was. The following outline of his 
life puts him in the lead among his peers. 

Rev. B. F. Hargett was born in West Union County, North Carolina, March 
4, 1860. He grew up on a farm and naturally, coming up after the Civil War, 
lie had it very hard for several years. He attended the common schools in the 
community where he grew up and finished high school at Baine Academy, Mint 
Hill, in Mecklenburg County. He taught in the public schools in Mecklenburg 
County two years. He was elected principal of Rose Hill Academy, now Page- 
land, S. C, and taught there in 1902 and 1903. Afterward he taught in the 
town of Chesterfield six years, was Mayor of the town two years, and served on 
the County Board of Education four years. 

He joined the church in 1884, and was licensed to preach in 1885. He had 
seven years as a licentiate preacher, taught school and supplied country churches. 
(He conducted and assisted in 282 funerals and married 140 couples.) He was 
ordained to preach in the Baptist Church at White Plains, S. C, August 16, 1892. 

While in school work he supplied several country churches and was Moderator 
of the Chesterfield Baptist Association. In 1899, while living at Chesterfield 
Court House, he had typhoid fever, which left him in a very low state of health. 
He came back to North Carolina in 1900 and stayed on the farm one year. In 
1901 he joined the Western North Carolina Conference at Gastonia. His charges 
in the Conference have been: Boone and Blowing Rock, three years; Wilkesboro, 
four years; Randolph Circuit, two years; Race Street, Statesville, two years; 
Canton, one year; Pineville Circuit, four years; Seversville and Rural Trinity, 
six years; Chadwick, five years, and superannuated at Conference in Charlotte 
in 192 8, making in all 2 7 years in active service in the church. 

He was married to Miss Addie Hollar, of Catawba County, April 7, 1881. 
They had ten (10) children born to them. The living today are two sons, W. B. 



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Hargett, of Washington, and F. B. Hargett, of Charlotte; three daughters, Anne, 
Ruth, and Mrs. W. N. Hovis; and ten grandchildren. 

He preached to 240 congregations in North Carolina, South Carolina, and 
Georgia. He held over 100 revivals in his own and other churches, and preached 
at Rock Springs and Balls Creek Camp Meetings. In all of his work as minister, 
(he had the glorious privilege of preaching to approximately 50,000 people. He 
baptized as many as forty-eight at one time. He was in labors abundant, "full 
of good works," fervent in spirit, serving the Lord. 

Concerning his self-denial and frugal living, a part of these deprivations are 
common to the lot of all preachers, but with him his means went into the actual 
necessities of life and the education of his children. Plain living and high think- 
ing was the rule in this parsonage home. The standard of life was fixed by 
ideals more than by meals, more from culture than from commodities. Homely 
fare has never hurt the high standards of any parsonage house and the minister 
can lead best when his life is noted for self-denial. 

The climax of earthly life may be called the coronation of the soul which 
comes at death. This investment of immortality is the result of a double prepara- 
tion; the first is the continued discipline of spirit that any good man practices 
when he lives for noble purposes, and struggles agianst the current of unworthy 
things. By this exercise of the soul he grows strong and stalwart. The super 
mundane matters become a part of him as he builds enduring spiritual qualities 
into the pattern of his character. Immortality may be an attainment as well as 
a conferment. Thus the man who "breaks his birth's invidious bar, breasts 
the blows of circumstance, grasps the skirts of happy chance, and grapples with 
his evil star" wins merit and righteousness. 

But after all could "our tears forever flow, our zeal no languor know, these 
for sin could not atone," so with faith that out-reaches works, he laid hold on 
eternal life, the gift of God in Jesus Christ. He had the righteousness of faith 
and the reward of simple trust in his personal Saviour, and being justified by 
faith he had peace with God while he lives in golden memory of his family 
and his many friends. 

His funeral was conducted from the First Methodist Church in Charlotte, 
by the Reverends T. II. Swofford, C. C. Weaver, and the undersigned. His weary 
body was laid to rest in the Rural Trinity Church yard near Charlotte. 

L. B. HAYES. 



ROBERT D. SHERRILL 

On December 5, 193 7, Rev. R. D. Sherrill, an honored member of the West- 
ern North Carolina Conference since 1890, passed away peacefully in a Charlotte 
hospital. He had been ill quite a long time and his demise was not unexpected. 
He was born in Iredell County, October 12, 1861. Early in life he dedicated 
himself to the Master and lived consistently through all the years. He was 
educated at Statesville Academy and Randolph-Macon. He joined the Conference 
in 1890 at Concord and served valiantly and fruitfully till his retirement in 1921. 

In 1890 he was united in marriage to Miss Eliza Howard, of Statesville. 
Surviving are his widow and two sons, Paul M. Sherrill, of Charlotte, and 
Robert H. Sherrill, of the faculty of the University of North Carolina. 

Following is a list of the appointments he so capably and acceptably served: 
Bakergviiie, 1890-91; North Asheville, 1891-95; Waynesville, 1895-97; Marion, 
1897-1901; Morganton, 1901-05; Albemarle, 1905-07; Spencer, 1907-11; 
Greensboro, Centenary, 1911-15; Charlotte, Hawthorne Lane, 1915-17; Winston- 
Salem, West End, 1917-18; Lenoir, 1918-20; Reidsville, 1920-2 1. 



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There are many in these charges doubtless who remember his ministry very 
gratefully and evaluate his services most highly. He was recognized by all who 
knew him as a truly conscientious pastor. He traveled the way of duty. He served 
his church with undeviating fidelity and unflagging zeal. Wherever he served as 
pastor he made his people feel that a Christ-like life was in their midst. There 
was no note of uncertainty in the gospel he preached. His messages were char- 
acterized by simplicity and earnestness. He knew the Master in the experience of 
forgiving love and endeavored to preach with assurance inspired by his own 
satisfying and soul-stirring communion with God. 

To Brother Sherrill God was a great reality and his ministry was expressive 
always of that deeply devotional spirit born out of the sense of reality. He 
called sinners to repentance with a kindly fervor and convincing sympathy that 
came from intimate fellowship and comradeship with a friendly spirit at the 
heart of life. 

He was gentle and thoughtful in the sick room, affable and helpful in the 
circle of children and dignified and reverent in the pulpit. His life was charac- 
terized by deep consecration, fervent love for his fellows, fondness for the Word 
of God and loyalty to every interest of the kingdom. 

He was pure in his private life, upright in his dealings with his fellows, 
and always ready to help those in need. There was nothing sensational about this 
good minister of Jesus Christ. He sought to make himself serviceable rather than 
showy and endeavored to exert an influence for good rather than win praise for 
himself. All in all he was a royal soul. Long will the hallowed influence of this 
Christian minister abide in the hearts of those who knew him and loved him. 

LOY D. THOMPSON. 



EDWARD PATRICK STABLER 

Edward Patrick Stabler was born in Orangeburg County, South Carolina, 
April 12, 1874. His early life and young manhood were spent on the farm. 
He attended Wofford Fitting School and Wofford College, from which he 
graduated in 1909. To have sat at the feet of Dr. James H. Carlisle and to 
have enjoyed through those college years the instructions and the inspiration 
flowing from that giant character was ever a strength and a joy in the mind 
and memory of Brother Stabler. 

He joined the Western North Carolina Conference at the annual meeting 
in 1909, meeting that year in Hickory, N. C. From his coming into Conference 
to his superannuation in 193 3 he served the following charges: Bethel Circuit, 
Marshall, Jefferson, Gastonia, West End-Franklin Avenue, Lafayette Street — 
Shelby, Bessemer City, Ranlo, Welcome, Dudley Shoals. 

In the early part of the year 193 3, Brother Stabler's health failed him. 
With great reluctance and poignant regret he gave up his work and came to 
locate in Bessemer City with his former parishioners and friends whom he loved. 
In the early hours of the morning of February 19, 193 8, Brother Stabler passed 
quietly to his eternal reward. He is survived by his wife, who before her marriage 
was Miss Beatrice Byars, of Spartanburg, South Carolina, and three fine chil- 
dren, James Stabler, of Washington, D. C, Misses Annie and Georgia Stabler, 
of Bessemer City. 

As a preacher Brother Stabler was logical, scriptural, earnest and forceful. 
He did his pulpit work with a zeal and a zest becoming a faithful servant of a 
great Lord and Master, whom he loved and gladly served. He was great in his 
pastoral services; on going into new homes he made it a major part of his 
business to find a place in the life of each member of the family, getting the 



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names of the children in mind and being- able to return and to call them bv 
their names and making' them to feel at home in his presence and to be blessed 
by his friendship. 

Regardless of where you met E. P. Stabler he was always the same. No one 
ever had reason to feel that there was any superficiality or lack of sincerity in 
the association with him. He was just as plain and courteous with the cultured 
as with the uncultured, with the rich as with the poor. 

His experience as a farmer, in his young manhood, made him very familiar 
with the soil and a favorite of the farmer. His sympathy and sincerity, and his 
interest in the finer things of life made him a favorite with all who met him. 
He ever stood for the thing that he thought to be right without fear or favor. 
The only question that need to be asked when wanting to know where E. P. 
Stabler stood was, "Which side was right?" 

As a preacher he was admired for his straightforward and constructive lead- 
ing of his hearers to the higher and better things in life. He preached a simple 
gospel and even when he waxed eloquent he did not forget the needs of life 
and the importance of applying the gospel to the daily living of people. His 
hearers could always feel confident that his preaching would be well supplied 
with Scriptural quotations. So faithful was he to his pulpit duties that he often 
preached when he was unable, and should have been in bed. 

As a pastor E. P. Stabler excelled. He was always busy. Going from house 
to house was to him a joy. He showed no favoritism but visited the rich and 
the poor alike. Seldom did he leave a' home without having prayer and on his 
going the people of the house felt the presence of the Christ a little nearer 
than before. He seldom forgot a face or name. On his second visit to a home 
he could call all of the children by their first names. This made him one of 
the best loved pastors that ever served the various charges to which lie was 
assigned. 

His prayers lifted the load from many a troubled heart. In confident faith 
and submission he took the sick, the sorrowing, and the burdened to the Heavenly 
Father. A sentence that he often used and that inspired many a heart to a closer 
walk with God was, "O Lord, save us day by day." To him salvation that was 
sufficient for the end was salvation today. 

His friendliness to all, and favoritism to none, made him a healer of 
breaches and a peace maker, in many instances. 

He was so faithful to the cause to which he had given his life that the 
effect of the work showed on him rather early and unexpectedly. So after a 
few years of superannuation, of hoping and of waiting he answered the Father's 
call to "come home." 

D. M. NIFONG and T. O. ERVIN. 



CHARLES E. STEDMAN 

Charles E. Stedman, oldest child of Frank A. and Sally McCullers Stedman, 
was born March 13, 1 864-, near Raleigh, and died March 8, 1938, at his home 
at Peachtree, N. C. 

At the age of 18, Brother Stedman gave his heart to the Lord, and God laid 
His hand upon him, and led him into the Gospel ministry a few years later. 

He married Miss Lizzie Hiscock, of Elmira, N. Y., in February, 1895. To 
this union one child was born, who, however, died in infancy. 

Brother Stedman joined the Western North Carolina Conference in Decem- 
ber, 1903, and served the following charges: Aquine Mission, and student at 
Sylva Collegiate Institute, 1903; Jonathan, 1904-07; Elk Park, 1908; North 



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Haywood, 1909; Fines Creek, 1910-11; Spencer and North Main, 1912; Uwhar- 
rie, 1913-15; Bethel, 1916-17; Hayesville, 1918-21; Murphy Circuit, 1922-2 3; 
Spring Creek, 1924; Hiawassee, 1925-26; Superannuated, 1927. 

While pastor at Hayesville, Brother Stedman lost his wife in July, 1919. He 
remained a widower until October 29, 1924, at which time he was married to 
Miss Mary Annie Abernathy, of Peachtree. 

This Godly man was a very plain, practical preacher of the Gospel of Jesus 
Christ. He lived much in prayer, and preached fearlessly. He loved young 
people, and spent much time in training them, wherever he served as pastor. 
He accepted his appointments without complaint, and served willingly the charges 
to which he was sent. His home life was beautiful. He and his wife were sweet- 
hearts right up to the time of his death. A good soldier of the cross has received 
his promotion. 

He is survived by his wife, of Peachtree, N. C; one sister, Mrs. F. E. 
Hearne, of Eatonlou, Ga.; three nieces, Mrs. Clara Puckett, Tifton, Ga., Mrs. 
Lina Palmer, Gadsden, Ala., and Mrs. Mary Moody of Bryson City, N. C. ; 
three nephews, Francis Hearne, of Augusta, Ga., Reggie Enloe, and Scroop Enloe, 
Jr., of Dillsboro, N. C. 

W. A. BARBER. 



JOHN WESLEY WILLIAMS 

On April 5, 193 8, in the midst of a happy and successful pastorate at Glen- 
wood Church, Greensboro, Rev. John Wesley Williams passed suddenly to his 
reward. Brother Williams was born on a farm in Randolph County, April 4, 
18 75. He attended school at Rutherford College and, later, Trinity College; 
after which he went to Greensboro and worked in a store. In 1905 he was 
married to Miss May WagstafT, of Greensboro, who died 18 months later. On 
December 4, 1907, he was married to Miss Annie Johnson, of Farmington, the 
intelligent and sympathetic co-laborer with him of his more than thirty years 
in the ministry. He is survived by the widow and two children: Wesley, teacher 
in the Engineering Department at Duke University, and Miss Margaret, who 
teaches in one of the high schools in Greensboro. 

Brother Williams supplied the church at Canton in 1907 and joined Confer- 
ence in Salisbury that fall. He was ordained deacon at this Conference by 
Bishop Morrison. He was ordained elder at Statesville in 1911 by Bishop Hoss. 
Thirty and a half years this man of God went about his Master's business in 
the work of circuit, station, and district. Here is the record by charges: Mills 
River, three years; Bryson City, three years; Marsh ville, two years; Race Street, 
four years; Main Street, High Point, one year; North Wilkesboro District, four 
years; Burkhead, three years; Calvary, Charlotte, three years; Forest City, four 
years; Kings Mountain, one year; Ramseur, one year; Glenwood, one and a 
half years. 

When the rich die, the question is often asked: "What did he leave?" Surely 
this question is just as appropriate regarding those rich in faith and good works. 
When Brother Williams so suddenly closed his eyes on earthly things last April, 
he left a church shocked and grieved at the loss of a pastor greatly beloved. He 
and Glenwood had fallen in love with each other and the hearts and homes were 
filled with deep sorrow. It had been most gratifying from the beginning of 
his pastorate to hear enthusiastic expressions of appreciation of his unusual work 
at Glenwood. This goes for officials, members, young people — all. 

He left an affectionate family circle. Surely this is a rich possession! His 
devotion to wife and children was fine and noble, and their co-operation with 
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is a rich legacy for any one to leave behind. Better the love and appreciation 
of a refined life companion and two appreciative and intelligent children than 
any amount of earthly possessions. 

He left behind an army of grateful friends whom he had served during the 
thirty years of his ministry. Scores of these called, wrote, wired, or sent flowers 
as an expression of love and appreciation. Some of these were the converts of 
the meetings he had held down through the years. Here is the itinerant's com- 
pensation. No man is poor who enjoys the heart-felt appreciation of a grateful 
people. 

He was an unusually faithful pastor. He had a way of finding the sick, the 
sorrowing, the unfortunate. And his sympathetic heart went out to all those in 
need. In the hospital and the home he brought hope and cheer to many who 
needed a friend. Life-long friendships were begun in situations like this. 

He also left confidence and love of his brethren of the ministry. Thirty-one 
times they had said, "There is nothing against him." There is no finer fellow- 
ship on earth than that of the ministry of the church. He is greatly missed in 
the Monday morning preachers' meeting. The very large attendance of his breth- 
ren at the funeral on a bleak day was a loving tribute to his memory . 

Finally, Brother Williams left the record of thirty and a half years of 
faithful service as an itinerant Methodist preacher. The recording angel alone 
has the complete record. Preaching, raising money, improving church property, 
conducting revivals — what variety! His was a full life of service and he was 
busy to the end. 

C. S. KIRKPATRICK. 



WILLIAM ROBERT ODELL 

For the first time in fifty-six years, William Robert Odell is not physically 
present at the annual meeting of the Western North Carolina Conference. Friday 
morning, March 25, 1938, at 11:30 o'clock, only a few weeks after passing his 
eighty-third birthday, he slipped quietly out of this life into the richer fellow- 
ship with God. Editorially, the Charlotte Observer said of him, he "has left a 
fortune to posterity — a fortune in good works, a fortune in uplifting influence, 
a fortune in good citizenship and a fortune in personal character and moral 
righteousness." 

William Robert Odell, son of Captain John Milton Odell and Rebecca Kirk- 
man, was born in Randolph County, March 3, 1855, and had the early advantage 
of a Christian home. He grew into young manhood with the ideals of that home 
and the rich heritage of a great family name always before him. At an early 
age he entered Trinity College and graduated in the class of 1875. He was only 
twenty years of age and had the distinction of being the youngest member of 
his class. 

A short time after graduation from college, Mr. Odell moved to Concord. 
There with his father he pioneered in the textile industry and remained a pro- 
gressive and active figure in this field until his death. 

Mr. Odell was twice married, his first wife being Miss Elizabeth Sergeant, 
of Greensboro. He is survived by two sons of this union, F. C. and A. G. His 
second marriage was to the former Mrs. Clara Sergeant Branson, a sister of 
his first wife, who also survives him. 

Many significant honors came to this great man. In the year 1888, although 
he was a young man of only 3 3 years, he was, upon recommendation of Presi- 
dent Crowell, made a Trustee of Trinity College, now Duke University. He 
remained on this important Board until his death. He lacked only three months 
of completing a half century of outstanding service to this institution. His 



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educational interests, however, were not confined to his official relationship to 
Duke University. For 25 years he was Chairman of the County Board of Educa- 
tion of Cabarrus County. 

A second significant event of the year 1888 in the life of Mr. Odell was his 
activity in the organizing of Forest Hill Methodist Church of Concord. He was 
a charter member and a member of the Board of Stewards from the beginning 
of the church, serving as Chairman of the Board during the last 26 years of 
his life. For 35 years he rendered valuable service as Superintendent of the 
Sunday school. 

Mr. Odell's interest in Christianity and the program of the Christian Church, 
however, reached far beyond the bounds of his own local church. For forty 
years he represented the Western North Carolina Conference in the General Con- 
ference, being elected a delegate on ten separate occasions. He also served on the 
Book Committee of the church at large for 24 years. During the days immedi- 
ately preceding his death, Mr. Odell spoke most often of the forthcoming meet- 
ings of the Book Committee in Dallas, Texas, and of the General Conference 
in Birmingham, Alabama. Death prevented his attending either of these meetings. 

The funeral service was conducted Sunday afternoon, March 27, from the 
Forest Hill Methodist Church of Concord by Dr. C. N. Clark, presiding elder 
of the Salisbury District, Rev. Walter J. Miller, and Rev. Paul Hardin, Jr., 
former pastors, and the writer. Burial followed in the family mausoleum in 
Oakwood Cemetery, Concord. 

Truly, W. R. Odell was one of God's great, but humble, lay servants. 

LEE F. TUTTLE. 



HEROINE OF THE PARSONAGE 



This sainted woman, who kept the home fires burning while her husband 
was busy in the work of the ministry, has this year passed to her eternal reward : 

Mrs. W. R. Ware 



XI 

Roll of Deceased Preachers 



"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth; yea, saith the spirit, 
that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them." — Rev. 14:13. 



Z 


NAME 


BIRTH 
(County and Date) 


ADMITTED INTO 
CONFERENCE 


DIED 

(Place and Date) 








Salisbury, 1839 

Goldsboro, 1S73 


Charlotte, 1890 
High Point, 1890 




P. F. W. Stamey ... 

M. W. Boyles 

J. S. Burnett 

E. J. Eudally 


Burke, 1849 


■{ 


Cleveland, 1854 

Guilford, 1838 




Greensboro, 1856 

Goldsboro, 1873 

Salisbury, 1851 

Knoxville. 1842 

Madison, Tenn., 1837 ... 

Charleston, 1834 

Pittsboro, 1854 

Jonesboro, 1846 

Marion, S. C, 1855 

Greensboro, 1876 








Lexington, 1892 
Morganton, 1892 
Asheville, 1893 
N. Wilkesboro, 1894 


6 


Davie, 1823 


7 
8 
q 


Charlotte, Va., 1826 

Guilford, 1829 


10 

11 


W. S. Halton 

C. W. King 


Charlotte, 1894 






Greene, Tenn., 1820 

Caldwell, 1815 










M 


H. T. Hoover 


Trinity, 1895 


lfi 


Catawba, 1SG0 


Charlotte, 1896 




Iredell, 1810 


Spartanburg, 1862 

Statesvllle, 1894 






J. C. Hartsell 

J. W. Roberts 


Stanly, 1839 ■ 


Shelby, 1896 


19 


Catawba. 1871 

Davidson, 1S22 

McMinn, Tenn., 1828 ... 

Greenville, 1850 

Floyd, Va., 1847 


Bessemer City, 1897 


''1 






Tuscola, 1898 


.... 




Greensboro, 1876 

Greensboro. 1S76 

Beaufort. 1859 

Columbus, Miss., 1S63 . 

Salisbury, 1S96 

Ashoville, 1891 




•)•,• 




Baltimore, 1899 










VV H. Leith 


Cooper, Mo., 1S£0 


Salisbury, 1902 


"fi 




Rutherford College, 1902 




R. B. Shelton 


Statesville, 1902 


90 


Stanly, 1828 


Greensboro, 1 8G3 

Concord, 1899 

Wilson 1879 . . 


Granite Falls, 1902 




M. V. Sherrill 


Iredell, 1837 






Catawba, 1869 


Matthews, 1903 






Catawba, 1851 . 


Marion, 1903 


32 


W. C. Wilson 

J W Bird 


Carroll, Va., 1870 


Winston, 1892 

Greensboro, 1863 

Jonesboro, 1855 

Columbia, 1860 

Chattanooga, 1857 

Wilmington, 1855 

Asheville, 1882 

Salisbury. 1877 

Beaufort, 1859 

Wilmington, 1855 

Statesville. 1894 

Marion, Va., 1873 

Oxford, 1849 


Grayson, Va., 1903 
Mocksville, 1903 


34 


McDowell, 1S24 

Rutherford, 1S36 

Yancey. 1837 

Wilkes, 1S29 


Quallatown, 1904 


35 
36 


J. D. Carpenter 


Marion, 1904 
Hinton, W. Va., 1905 
Mooresville, 1905 


38 








Surry, 1829 


Winston, 1906 




Alexander, 1835 

Guilford, 1828 


Tolkton, 1906 


42IB. F. Carpenter 


Cleveland. 1869 

Iredell, 1875 


Winston. 1906 
Mooresville, 1906 


45 


.T O Shellv 


Roan. Tenn., 1851 

Chatham. 1835 

Randolph. 1S21 


Weddington, 1906 


,T. R. Brooks 

Z Rush 


Wilson, 1907 
Mt. Gilead. 1907 




Oxford, 1849 




4S|P. L. Groome 

49IR. H. Parker 


Rockingham. 1853 

Dinwiddie. Va., 1839 . . 

Randolph. 1838 

Rowan. 1842 


Salisbury, 1877 

Cleveland. 1867 

Raleigh 1874 


Greensboro, 1907 
Asheville, 1907 
Climax, 1907 


51 III. W. Crawford 

52|M. IT. Hoyle 


Statesville, 1868 

Morganton, 1867 

Louisburg. 1852 

Charleston. 1S51 

Jefferson. Mo., 1884 

Asheville, 190S 


Asheville, 1908 
Charlotte, 1908 
Morganton, 1908 


.V, 

56 




Camden. S. C, 1832 .... 
Bellville. 111., 1856 , . 


Charlotte, 1908 




Statesville, 1909 
Connersville, Ind., 1910 






Greensboro. 1856 


Statesville, 1910 




Georgetown, S. C, 1850 
Sumter. S. C, 1831 .... 
Orange, 1830 


Monroe, 1910 


59 
fin 
61 






Mocksville, 1911 


T. H. Edwards 


Halifax, 1843 

Cleveland, 1867 

Morrlstown, 1 8S9 

Now Bern, 1869 


Rutherford College, 1911 
Rural Hall, 1911 




Lincoln 1877 


Lincoln. 1911 


63 
64 
65 

66 




Wise, Va., 1838 


Norwood, 1911 


W. P. MeGhee 


Charlotte, 1911 


South Carolina. 1832 ... 


Pinnacle. 1912 











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d 


NAME 


BIRTH 

(County and Date) 


ADMITTED INTO 
CONFERENCE 


DIED 
(Place and Date) 


67 

♦IS 


W. B. Lyda 


Chesterfield, S. C 1835 


Abingdon, Va., 1859 

Beaufort, 1859 

Natchez, Miss., 1892 ... 
Cheraw, S. C, 1S69 . . . 


Charlotte, 1913 


69 


Randolph, 1836 

Manchester, Eng., 1854 . 

Cleveland, 1843 

McDowell, 1848 


Weaverville, ]913 
Trinity, 1913 
Hemp, 1914 




A. T. Bell 


72 










Statesville, 1911 






W. G. Mallonee 

A. E. Wiley 

G. W. Callahan 

W. M. Biles 

T. S. Ellington 

W. W. Bays 


Manchester, Eng., 1869 . 

Pickens, S. C, 1840 

Marion, S. C, 1836 

Sullivan, Tenn., 1846 ... 
Guilford, 1846 




76 
77 
78 


Cheraw, S. C, 1869 

Madison, Fla.. 1882 

Asheville, 1882 

Statesville, 1883 

Marion, Va., 1857 


Lenoir, 1915 

Lake City, S. C, 1915 

Asheville, 1915 


SO 


Sweetwater, Tenn., 1S3S 


Berkley, Cal., 1915 


R 9 


Russell. Va., 1S39 

Orangeburg. S. C. 18S0 . 
Fayetteville, 1857 


Raleigh, 1882 


Charlotte, 1916 


83 

S4 


Cleveland, Tenn., 1867 . . 
Newberry, S. C, 1901 .. 

Asheville, 1888 

Knoxville, 1878 

Rocky Mount, 1906 

New Bern, 1888 

Henderson, 1904 

Goldsboro, 1S73 


Charlotte, 1916 
Saluda, 1916 




E. M. Hoyle 

C. W. Byrd 

W. V. Honeycutt 

R. W. Pickens 

E. K. Hardin 








Wilmington, 1917 


SS 
89 


Cleveland, 1879 

Iredell, 1S48 


Morven, 1917 
Cornelius, 1917 






Asheville, 1918 












Iredell, 1863 


Athens, Tenn., 1845 

South Carolina, 190S . . . 


Shelby, 1918 


94 
95 


Buncombe, 1824 

Abbeville, S. C, 1884 ... 

Cumberland, 1837 

Cleveland, 1877 

Randolph, 1851 

Granville, 1873 


Weaverville, 1918 

Asheville, 1918 

S. Bernardino, Cal., 1919 




M. C. Field 




Columbus, O.. 1919 


98 


Salisbury, 1877 

Abingdon, Va., 1859 ... 
Wilson, 1879 


Greensboro, 1919 
Rutherford College, 1919 












A. S. Abernethy 

C. C. Williams 

R. S. Abernethy 






10? 


Mecklenburg, Va., 1839 

Iredell, 1854 

Lincoln, 1893 




103 


Winston, 1880 

Roldsvllle, 1915 

Charlotte, 1885 


Mooresville, 1920 


105 


Surry, 1854 


Walkertown. 1920 






Fayetteville, 1887 

Helena. Ark.. 1880 

Charlotte, 1904 

Salisbury, 1877 


Rutherford College, 1921 


108 
109 


Orange, 1S54 

Cherokee. 1855 

Yadkin, 1851 




C. M. Gentry 

W. M. Bagby 


Asheville. 1921 






Salisbury, 1922 




Yadkin, 1S52 


Charlotte, 1871 








Winston, 1922 




Lancaster, S. C, 1S56 . . 
Guilford. 1849 


Badin, 1923 


115 
116 

117 
118 
119 
120 
121 


S. E. Richardson 


Charlotte, 1913 

Gastonia, 1901 

Statesville, 1883 

Morganton, 1867 

Asheville 1891 




Union. 1874 


China Grove. 1923 


Caldwell, 1853 




Cleveland. 1847 

Forsyth, 1853 

Union, 1863 

Buncombe. 1838 

Lincoln, 1856 


Caroleen, 1924 
Winston-Salem, 1924 






Nebo, 1924 




Asheville, 1874 


Fincastle, Va., 1924 


123|0. C. Fortenberry ... 


Groensboro, 1889 

Charlotte, 1913 

Mount Airy, 1906 . 

Reldsvillc, 1886 

New Bern, 1888 

Goldsboro, 1873 

New Bern, 1888 

Wilmington, 1875 

Fayetteville. 1887 

Asheville, 1882 

Wilson, 1879 




Cleveland, 1885 


Lowesville, 1925 
Statesville, 1925 


125 
126 
127 


M. T. Steele 


Lancaster, 8. C, 1848 .. 

Cleveland. 1864 

McDowell. 1850 

Surry. 1864 


St. Petersburg. Fla. ,1925 




Shelby, 1925 






130 N. R. Richardson ... 

132|F. L. Townsend .... 
133 C. M. Carpenter 


Haywood, 1853 

Robeson, 1853 

Catawba, 1857 


Rutherfordton, 1926 
Mt. Pleasant. 1926 
Granite Falls. 1926 
Brevard, 1926 


Charlotte, 1913 


Candler, 1927 


Guilford, 1867 

Davidson. 1859 

Mecklenburg, 1869 

Walker Co., Ga., 1851 .. 

Cleveland, 1862 

Grayson, Va.. 1846 

Buncombe, 1862 




Winston-Salem, 1927 


138 

137 
138 
139 
140 
141 
142 


.T. E. Woosley 

G. H. Christenberry . 
C. M. Campbell 


Statesville, 1883 

Cleveland, Tenn., 1885 .. 
Knoxville, 1868 


Greensboro, 1927 
Spruce Pine, 1927 
Winston, 1927 
Concord. 1927 




Weaverville. 1928 


L. T. Cordell 


Asheville, 1928 
China Grove. 1928 







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d 

'A 


NAME 


BIRTH 

(County and Date) 


ADMITTED INTO 
CONFERENCE 


DDSD 
(Place and Date) 


143 

Hi 
145 


R. M. Stafford 

J. W. Stridor 




Winston-Salem, 1923 . . 

Troy, Ala., 18S2 

Asheville, 1891 


lUiarlotte, 1928 
Concord, 1928 
Winston-Salem, 1929 


146|S. T. Barber 


Rockingham, 1868 

Marlboro, S. C, 1874 .. 
Cleveland, 1850 


147 IE. K. Welch 

148|R. M. Hoyle 


Washington, 1899 


Asheville, 1929 
Kings Mountain, 1929 


149|L. H. Griffith 


Winston-Salem, 1910 ... 


1 50 1 Albert Sherrill 






151 |C. A. Wood 


China, 1863 


Salisbury, 1896 


Winston-Salem, 1930 




Cleveland, 1873 

Macon, 1865 

Union, 1854 


153 
154 


Frank Siler 




Tampa, Fla., 1930 










Greensboro, 1889 

Knoxville. Tenn., 1886 . 




156 

157 
158 


J. C. Postelle 

J. J. Eads 


York, S. C, 1854 

Guilford, 1859 


Lenoir, 1930 


R. F. Mock 


Davidson, 1886 


High Point, 1912 

Knoiville, 1878 

Cleveland. 1877 




159IW. M. Boring 

160|J. J. Brooks 


Sullivan, Tenn.. 1SL0 .. 

Polk, Tenn.. 1847 

Iredell. 1862 

Maryland, 1801 


Crouse, 1930 
Dayton, Tenn., 1931 


162| Elmer Simpson 


Winston-Salem, 1110 . . 

High Point, 1912 

Wilmington, 1884 

Asheville, 1888 


Dobson. 1931 


164|W. R. Ware 

1651 A. W. Jacobs 


Cleveland, 1859 

Dandridge. Tenn., 1S52 
Davie. 1865 


Greensboro, 1932 
Cullasaja, 1932 


166 
167 
168 


D. S. Richardson . . . 


High Point, 1903 

Knoxville, 1878 

Hickory, 1909 


Gilkey, 1932 
Asheville, 1932 


R. K. Brady 


Randolph. 1871 

Lincoln, 1877 


Guilford College. 1932 


170|H. G. Hardin 


Chester, S. C, 1S92 

Iredell, 1S69 


Bennettsvillo, S. C, 1911 


Greensboro, 1933 
Glen Alpine, 1933 




W. Ii. Nicholson 


Salisbury. 1896 

Mount Airy, 1906 

Asheville, 1917 


Charlotte, 1933 


173 

174 






Randolph, 1894 

Iredell, 1R61 


Newton, 1933 
Shelby, 1933 




Union, 1879 




High Point, 1934 


177 


,T W Ingle 


Tryon. Ga.. 1872 

Yadkin. 1858 


Asheville, 1891 


Shelby, 1934 




Yadkinville, 1934 




Caldwell, 1859 

Rowan, 1873 

Davie, 1858 


Lenoir, 1934 


180 


J F Kirk 








Hickory. 1909 


Rutherford College, 1934 


182IT. F. Glenn 


Buncombe. 1837 

Polk, 1882 


Marion, Va.. 1857 

Asheville, 1908 

Greensboro, 1889 

Reidsville. 1895 

Rocky Mount. 1906 , . 

Winston, 1898 

Salisbury, 1896 

Goldsboro, 1892 


West Asheville. 1935 
Morven, 1935 


184 




Chatham, 1864 


Thomasville, 1935 




Caldwell. 1872 


Belmont, 1935 


186|M. W. Dargan 

187|.T. W. Campbell 

188|Seymour Taylor 


Wavne, 1S6S 


Black Mountain, 1935 


Catawba, 1S6S 

Wilkes, 186S 


Stoneville, 1935 
Mooresville, 1935 


Onslow, 1868 


Madison, 1935 




Tazewell. Va., 1860 

Yancey, 1870 

Guilford, 1867 


Mount Airy, 1936 


1911.T. B. Tabor 

192|D. R. Proffitt 


Bristol, Tenn., 1884 ... 

Mount Airy, 1906 

Mount Airy. 1906 

Gastonia, 1926 

Asheville, 1891 

Concord. 1899 

Charlotte, 1 904 

Gastonia, 1901 

Winston-Salem, 1910 ... 


Statesville, 1936 
Greensboro. 1936 
Guilford College, 1936 
Whittier, 1937 






Rutherford College, 1937 




Iredell 


Thomasville, 1937 


197|E. E. Williamson ... 
1!)8|B. F. Hargett 


Penola. Miss., 1867 

Union 1860 


St. Petersburg, Fla., 1937 
Charlotte, 1937 


199IJ. M. Folger 

20OIR. D. Sherrill 

201 |.T. J. Edwards 

202|E. P. Stabler 

203IC. TV Rtarimim 


Surry. 1881 

Iredell 1860 


Mount Airy, 1 937 
Charlotte, 1937 


Scott. Va.. 1867 

Calhoun, S. C, 1874 .. 
Wake, 1864 


Gastonia, 1901 

Hickory, 1909 

High Point. 1903 

Salisbury, 1907 


Murphy, 1937 
Bessemer City, 1938 
Murphy, 1938 


204 


J. W. Williams 


Randolph. 1875 


Greensboro, 1938 



Index 

Record of Conferences 2 

Conference Officers 3 

Quadrennial Boards and Committees 3-6 

Chronological Roll 7-9 

Alphabetical Roll 10-15 

Preachers on Trial 15 

Methodist Episcopal Ministers Serving Charges 15 

Preachers Serving as Supplies 15 

Lay Delegates 16-17 

Local Preachers 17-18 

Current Minutes 19-37 

Condensed Minutes 38-41 

Appointments for 1938 42-49 

Reports of Boards and Committees: 

Retiring Board of Christian Education 50 

New Board of Christian Education 5 3 

Christian Literature 55 

Missions 56 

Church Extension 61 

Finance 62 

Budget 66 

Conference Treasurer 67 

Conference Trustees 70 

Trustees of Superannuate Endowment Fund 71 

Treasurer of Superannuate Endowment Fund 71 

Lay Activities 72, 75 

Children's Home 75 

Spiritual Life 77 

Bible Board 78 

Methodist Co-operation 79 

Methodist Student Movement 80 

Joint Committee on College Place Church 81 

Pastors' School 82 

Conference Relations 82 

District Conference Records 8 3 

Duke Fund Commission 83 

General Indebtedness 83 

Historical Society 84 

Conference Brotherhood 85 



Index 

Clerical Roll of Brotherhood 87 

Roll of Church School Superintendents 89-101 

Statistical Table No. 1— Membership 102-1 1 1 

Statistical Table No. 2 — Organizations 112-121 

Statistical Table No. 3— Financial 122-131 

Statistical Table No. 4 — Superannuate Endowment 132-134 

Statistical Table No. 5 — Country Church 135-154 

Memoirs 155-163 

Roll of Deceased Preachers 164-166 





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